by juufa72 » 12 Jan 2006, 22:56
if these are for auditions, I'd stay away from the more "cliche" pieces. Haydn Sonatas, especially his last 6 (good luck finding the sheet music) are very pretty. Sonata no.58 hob.48 in Cmajor is very nice. playing rare pieces is good, serves as a break from the typical recital/audition repitoire, but then again if it's too "boring" then the judges might pass it over as insignificant and pay more attention to the pieces they are familiar with.
But my two cents: Haydn's last sonatas No.56, No.58, No. 59, No.60, No.61, or No.62 all very nice.