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(@simonhome-co-uk)
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Bach's Bouree! Thats a cool one (and short) which a lot of players do. Its pretty much a must learn.
Mozart's 25th Symphony
Paganini's 5th Caprice and his 24th Caprice. - tough ones
Izaac Albeniz's Asturias - wish i could play that :?

None of those are easy - theres always Classical Gas which is a little less tricky with the fingerings.


   
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(@noteboat)
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Yes!! Thanks Noteboat, thats what i like to see :D

PS "ROMANZA" Reminds me of oceans eleven...maybe that is the song, ill go check later.

Romanza (romanze/romance depending on what country the composer was in) is meant to be a sentimental piece. Although you'd think from the title that it's a love song, it's a lot broader category.

One big one I overlooked in my list is etude, which is French for 'study'. Etudes are pieces that work a specific technical difficulty, like ascending chromatic scales in thirds. Although etudes are meant to be teaching pieces for a technique, the most demanding of them are in the concert repertoire on any instrument.

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Wow... the origional score for Fur Elise.... I am in the presence of the divine. hehe.

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Yes!! Thanks Noteboat, thats what i like to see :D

Very informative and it actualy helps alot,

Much appreciated

PS "ROMANZA" Reminds me of oceans eleven...maybe that is the song, ill go check later.

I thought that was Clair de Lune - the fountains scene at the end

A:-)

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(@danada)
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I thought that was Clair de Lune - the fountains scene at the end
Ya I actualy ment oceans 12 near the end when they go to meat whata his face but I think your probably right, Romanza just reminded me of that. :D

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