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 Building a repertoire
Author: Pam H. 
Date:   2007-09-04 22:55

Maybe the answer to this question is already on here, but maybe some of you will humor me. I just want to learn more pieces for the sake of doing them and increasing my skill levels.

I play in a church orchestra that plays mostly high school (if that) level of music and a local pops group that plays at a level or two more difficult.

I can play the Mozart reasonably well, but haven't had to bring it totally to performance level.

What other pieces should I try? Any suggestions? This is more for my own enjoyment and growth.

I already have the Klose' and Rose Etude books to "work" out of and have heard Baermann mentioned many times.

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Pam H. 2007-09-05 01:48 

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