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Recital repertoire (Cant make up my mind!)

Discussion in 'Repertoire' started by DemhaOdnanref, Jun 9, 2007.

  1. DemhaOdnanref

    DemhaOdnanref New Member Piano Society Artist

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    Must play 2 recitals in July with different programmes. I keep moving around the pieces, but cant make up my mind about th possible order. The deadline aproaches, so please take a look and make suggestions:

    This is what the order I was thinking:

    RECITAL 1:

    Alban Berg Sonata op. 1
    Beethoven Pastorale Sonata.
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    Schubert 6 Musical moments.
    Debussy etudes. (Fourths, Arpeggios, Octaves)

    RECITAL 2

    Haydn Variations in f minor.
    Beethoven Sonata op. 54
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    Schumann Waldszenen
    Chopin Fantasy in f minor
    Rachmaninoff etudes. (op. 33 eb minor, op. 39 n. 2, 5, 8 and 9
     
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    MindenBlues New Member Piano Society Artist

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    I cannot give tips for the optimal order of those pieces for your both recitals. But you have my deepest respect to be able to prepare such a demanding repertoire!
    Considering what you posted here I am sure you will succeed with your recitals. I would take the most "fool proof" pieces at first for both recitals.

    I wish you good luck - AND: don't forget to record and post here!
     
  3. DemhaOdnanref

    DemhaOdnanref New Member Piano Society Artist

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    Thank you, I will.

    I think I will move the two Eb minor etudes from recital number 2 to recital number 1.
     

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