Sunday, January 3, 2010

My Goals...

Ok, first of all, please note these are not my goals for this year. These are my goals for the next 10 years (I think that gives me adequate preparation time!) I believe Claire de Lune is possible for me to learn in this year. Anybody know any good piano teachers (in the Weber/Davis county area?) Anyway, prepare yourself for some very fine ear candy...

Clair de Lune by Debussy

La Campanella by Liszt

Liebstraume by Liszt

Cristofori's Dream by David Lanz

Fur Elise by Beethoven

Piano Concerto in B flat Minor by Tchaikovsky (obviously without the orchestra...and yes, I've seen it done on just piano)
You could also throw in something by Chopin, too!

I obviously have lots of work to do! All I can say is (and my mom would be proud) that I wish I didn't waste time during my piano lessons!



mary.katherine said...

My alarm clock in the morning plays Clair de Lune. It is so nice to wake up to! What is your e-mail address?

Amy said...

I love Claire de Lune. But I definitely can't play it. It would take me about 10 years to learn it because I'd never have time to practice. Good luck in your endeavors!

I totally forgot your blog is private now and so I didn't check it because it never seemed to be getting updated. Duh!

Are you going to the Celine Dion concert?


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