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johnnyhenderson
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 13, 2017 6:08 am    Post subject: School Music Competition Reply with quote

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I also need something to play if i get through to the final (we don't have to play what we did for the audition), which is on the 31st march. It doesn't matter if i get through to the final or not, i'll still learn the piece.

At the minute, i'm thinking of doing Rachmaninov's prelude in C# minor, but i'm also learning other rachmaninov preludes like the G# minor, which is a possibility.
I could also do Debussy's "la cathedrale engloutie", or schumann's Aufschwung from Die fantasiestucke, but i'd rather not play the schumann, because i've already performed it a few times, and i don't want to overplay it.

I would be playing a digital piano, and although it's a very nice one, it's not capable to play a lot of things convincingly like some of the Debussy because of pedalling etc.

Any other suggestions would be great, i'm open to trying other composers and styles, but nothing horribly difficult!

Thanks!

I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.

References:-https://www.abrsm.org/forum/index.php?showtopic=34871

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