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Postby Jeliness2 » 26 Sep 2004, 16:00

Last week, at my lesson, i got a "present"- a box of old music!
lol

here is the list of some of the books i got:
- Haydn Sonatas Vol.1-

-Beethoven Sonata no.1 in f minor-

-Gershwin Rhapsody in Blue (Piano Solo)

-Czerny Selected Exercises Vol.1-

-Cramer 50 Selected Excercises-

-Chopin Ballades and Impromptus-

-Chopin Waltzes-

-Chopin Nocturnes-

-Chopin Polonaises-

-Chopin Scherzi and Fantasie in f minor-

-Medelssohn Songs Without Words-

-Burgmuller Etudes Facile et Progressives

-Rubinstein 2 Melodies

-Grieg The Butterfly-

-Artists Repertoire no.1 and 2-

-Modern Technique Grades 4,5, and 6

-Music Dictionary

there are more, mostly modern pieces.
yay.
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Postby TheRach » 26 Sep 2004, 16:44

That's a lot of music.
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Postby Jeliness2 » 26 Sep 2004, 16:58

yeah. it is
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Postby Chozart » 26 Sep 2004, 20:24

you are one lucky as hell bastard

well, when I was visiting Bosnia when I was 13, I got all this old @$$ (as in like.. 50+ years) music from this one girl that was starting to study in a conservatory there.
There was a lot, and it was all really heavy.. most of my music was once hers..

but still, not as much as you got! :o
You lucky, LUCKY son of a b**** 8)
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Postby Philip Daniel » 26 Sep 2004, 20:41

Chozart wrote:you are one lucky as hell bastard

well, when I was visiting Bosnia when I was 13, I got all this old @$$ (as in like.. 50+ years) music from this one girl that was starting to study in a conservatory there.
There was a lot, and it was all really heavy.. most of my music was once hers..

but still, not as much as you got! :o
You lucky, LUCKY son of a b**** 8)

I concur with that, although IMO that that is nothing compared with the selection of (rare) sheet music that I have. I have masses by Palestrina, Bach and Bruckner, chamber music by Haydn and Mozart, orchestral music by Corelli through Wagner, operas by Von Winter, Paisello, Rossini, Bellini, Verdi, Mozart, Gluck, and Handel, and tons of Classical and Romantic piano music, as well as a heaping load of Bach's masterworks, from the Chorale Preludes to the Art of the Fugue. I have mainly Schirmer editions, though for the Bach I prefer Dover. Much of the sheet music I have is still in current circulation; however, I have older editions :mrgreen:.
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Postby Jeliness2 » 26 Sep 2004, 21:12

lol, well, the music looks pretty old. haha its rips when i touch it. i had the most fun time taping up the binding with masking tape. haha. i got something called "the priest's March" by mendelssohn too.
and a whole lot of loose pages i don't know where they go.
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Postby WinterWind_23 » 08 Oct 2004, 22:36

Cool. When will you get to learning them? :D
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Postby Jeliness2 » 09 Oct 2004, 09:33

haha.... ummmmm (undecided) lol, w/ all this stuff i have to do now, it leaves little time for anything except lesson pieces.
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Postby PianistSk8er » 06 Nov 2004, 22:31

Jeliness2 wrote:haha.... ummmmm (undecided) lol, w/ all this stuff i have to do now, it leaves little time for anything except lesson pieces.


Sorry for reviving this somewhat dead topic, but I'm very much intrigued by all of this music you have received! Some of it is very interesting, especially the Burgmuller Etudes and the Grieg. Overall, what publishers? Hehe, so many questions! Anyways hope you have fun with all of those. I got all of my books as leftovers from my mother, as birthday presents or from my teacher.

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Postby Jeliness2 » 06 Nov 2004, 22:35

That's cool; most of my music by Chopin is in Urtext Peters. The others are in Schirmer.
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Postby An!ma` » 07 Nov 2004, 07:28

I missed this topic, so now is my chance to say: Lucky bastard.
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Postby agitato2219 » 07 Nov 2004, 12:11

Hey what opus is the burgmuller? Congrats by the way
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Postby Jeliness2 » 07 Nov 2004, 12:41

An!ma`- Thanks :)
agitato2219- Op.100 and Thanks
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Postby Jackson » 09 Nov 2004, 12:39

Wow how envy am I.
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Re: MUSIC!

Postby pianola » 30 Nov 2007, 22:00

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
U GOT THOSE MUSIC AS A PRESENT????
U R THE LUCKIEST ORGANISM IN THE UNIVERSE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
MY PARENTS WOULD NEVER BUY SO MUCH FOR ME AT ONCE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

IM JEALOUS OF U!!! LOL.

wow, God loves u.......
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