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the most FUN pieces to play

    
the most FUN pieces to play    16:20 on Monday, June 07, 2004          
(diXIt)
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no no, not the hardest...the funnest!

i like to play everything from yann tierssen for fun
also vangelis-hymne
michael nyman-the piano
muse - ruled by secrecy and other muse ofcourse

anyway what about YOU?!


Re: the most FUN pieces to play    17:25 on Monday, June 07, 2004          
(Svatypianist)
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Hi! Me its Toccata and fugue in D minor by Bach
If i start it, i go on till the end with out feeling the time go by!!! It`s just so fun to play i never get bored of it!!!
Though i have never heared of ur pieces


Re: the most FUN pieces to play    01:38 on Tuesday, June 08, 2004          
(bobboeternal)
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I like playing any kind of movie music, especially he`s a pirate from potc, the casper wish theme, schindler`s list theme, and the grand finale from edward scissorhands. As far as classical goes, i`d probably have to say chopins revolutionary etude and clair de lune by debussy. sometimes i can go for a moonlight sonata trip if i`m feelin bored.


Re: the most FUN pieces to play    01:39 on Tuesday, June 08, 2004          
(bobboeternal)
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nothing against beethoven or the moonlight, of course!

sincerley, the eternal bobbo


Re: the most FUN pieces to play    10:19 on Wednesday, June 09, 2004          
(Hello)
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I love Liszt`s Liebestraum no.3! Try it! its really beautiful!


Re: the most FUN pieces to play    20:53 on Wednesday, June 09, 2004          
(Yaakov)
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Bartok Sonata
Mephisto Waltz (awesome)
Chopin Impromptu #4


Re: the most FUN pieces to play    04:45 on Thursday, June 10, 2004          
(Harvey)
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Jon Schmidt?
How about Chopin`s "thirds" Etude?


Re: the most FUN pieces to play    07:24 on Friday, June 11, 2004          
(diXit)
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i see that many of you like to play classical very much.
i learned a few years classical piano but then i quitte and i want to learn a very nice classical song with a bit of variation and not to booring. any suggestions?

and what do you guys play non-classical?


Re: the most FUN pieces to play    10:02 on Friday, June 11, 2004          
(Hello)
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Heey!!! I said Liebestraum no.3 is the best! its too relaxing and romantic.


Re: the most FUN pieces to play    10:02 on Friday, June 11, 2004          
(Hello)
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Heey!!! I said Liebestraum no.3 is the best! its too relaxing and romantic.


Re: the most FUN pieces to play    13:34 on Friday, June 11, 2004          
(sean)
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id have to say, like spinning plates by radiohead is a good (relatively easy) piece to play. also, anything by my buddy debussy, claire, reverie, album leaf. orr, if you dont feel like getting those shivers down your back that debussy gives you, you can do almost anything by chopin.


Re: the most FUN pieces to play    15:01 on Friday, June 11, 2004          
(mase)
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Hmm maple leaf rag is amazing to play, (and its not classical) and... heavy congrats to yaakov, mephisto waltz is impossible sounding, well done for being able to play it.


Re: the most FUN pieces to play    21:41 on Tuesday, June 22, 2004          
(yaakov)
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thank you mase... took me a while


Re: the most FUN pieces to play    19:48 on Wednesday, June 23, 2004          
(isie)
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Beethoven- Moonlight Sonata
Chopin - Nocturne 20 C#m



Re: the most FUN pieces to play    13:42 on Monday, June 28, 2004          
(Sophie)
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I love playing Chopin`s Fantasie Impromptu! To those of you who learned Liebestraum, do you think it`s harder or easier to learn than Fantasie? I would love to play it.


   





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