Here are some more not-so-difficult pieces I've recorded. It's Schumann's Album für die Jugend/Album for the Youth, Op. 68. I plan to do the complete thing, which will take a longer time, I guess, as it has a total of 42 pieces plus appendix. I've done so far: 1. Melodie / Melody 2. Soldatenmarsch / Soldier's March 3. Trällerliedchen / A Song to Hum 4. Ein Choral / A Chorale 5. Stückchen / Little Piece 6. Armes Waisenkind / Orphan Child I'm not sure about the chorale. Is it too slow? I must regret I have no experience with this kind of music. Here's my bio. I hope I can post an acceptable photo soon. Jan-Felix Lebenstedt was born in 1986 in a relatively small town in Germany. When he was eight years old (if he remembers correctly), he was forced by his parents to take piano lessons in the local music school. Thanks to his mother, he kept practicing a bit from time to time. Later, in 2005, Jan began to wonder why it had taken so many years to make the quite obvious discovery that making music, especially piano playing, is great fun. So he increased his practice time and formed deep respect for Chopin, Beethoven, Rachmaninov, Schumann and many other composers. Unfortunately, this resulted in a worsened relationship to other family members. Besides piano playing, young Jan-Felix was also forced to go to school, which he finished 13 years later, in 2006. Then he began studying mathematics in Münster, where he may now live and enjoy a university student's life. Due to the lack of real audio equipment, Jan cannot record his family's Seiler upright at home, so his Yamaha CLP-240 has to do the job.