- Beethoven: Sonatas (Op. 28 (Pastoral), Op 27 No 2 (Moonlight), Op 106); violin and piano sonatas as well
- Rachmaninoff: Preludes (Op 23 No 4 is beautiful; Op 32 No 13 sounds like an exciting one to play); Fantasie-Tableaux for two pianos
- Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsodies
- Bach: Everything...his music is just incredible.
- Mozart: Some of his pieces for four hands one piano
- Brahms and Debussy are always beautiful
Sunday, April 8, 2007
One of the first things my teacher and I talked about was what I wanted to get out of my new desire to resume learning the piano. Well, here is a short list of the type of repertoire that I want to learn. I won't list every single piece since that will take up too much space, but I'll mention a few that worth noting. So, organized by composer, in no particular order: