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I stopped taking piano lessons about three years ago, having reached a grade 7/8 sort of standard. Since then I haven't really progressed at all, and it's been a while since I learnt a new piece (in the last day or two I've been learning Chopin's Prelude in F Sharp Major, marked as "intermediate" in the book of Chopin pieces it's in). I'd really love to start trying some pieces that are harder than my current standard but not impossibly difficult (as all of the "advanced" pieces in the book seem to be). No preferences with regard to composer/time period.
Any recommendations? Thanks.
- Colin Nicholson
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Pathetique Sonata in C minor Op 13 - Beethoven.
Arabesques 1 & 2/ Reverie/ Clair de lune / Golliwogs cakewalk/ La fille aux cheveux de lin/ .... Debussy.
Sonatine* (F# minor) Ravel
Rosemary...... Frank Bridge
Automne* (Autumn) ...... Chaminade (great piece)
Prelude in C# minor** ...... Rachmaninov
Revolutionary study/ black key study** (op 10 Nos 4 & 12).... Chopin
Fantasia Impromptu in C# minor** (Op 66)...... Chopin
Just a few of my favourites....