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Clarinet- Pavane Opus 50, Gabriel Faure

It's so EASY, but I've been in love with the melody since I heard S Club 7 sample it, and went to look up the actual piece. I've done this song as a simple duet with a flutist, and a trio with the same flutist and a pianist, but I've never done it with a full set of instruments and that makes me kind of sad...

Piano- Golliwog's Cake Walk, Debussy

Haha, this one's just fun to play! Also, I was obsessed with Pink by Robert Starer for the longest time in high school. Not a challenging piece in the least, but it used to get stuck in my head for days unless I played it.
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I can't stop playing Elder Scrolls environment music on my harp. My most frequented of the songs is Harvest Dawn:

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I'm a percussionist that specializes in vibraphone (I hope I count...I'm classically trained...), and if I need to cheer myself up, I'll play Ney Rosauro's solo piece "Brazilian Landscape". So cheerful and slightly jazzy and just flows from my hands, always puts me in a happy place. whee

Also, Eric Satie's "Gymnopides". Fun times.
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Violin- Praeludium and Allegro by Fritz Kreisler. It is a peice where could play around with dynamics and tone. Czardas and Pablo Sarasate's Zigeunerweisen, finger twisitng but worth it.

Viola- Korosbushka, bond version and Holst's Jupiter.

Cello. Bartok's cello concerto, Theme from the secret garden and vivaldi's summer (sounds more on the cello comparing to the violin IMO)
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"Bach's Invention No. 8" and "Prelude in C Minor, Op. 28, No.20" on the piano.
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I love playing Meditation de Thais. I like other pieces as well but that piece has to be my most favorite to play heart
Violin: Bach's Sonata No. 1 in G Minor, Tchaikovsky's Serenade for Strings in C Major
Piano: Moonlight Sonata (Movements 1 and 3), Op. 129 (Rage Over a Lost Penny), most of Chopin's Mazurkas and Waltzes
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horn here! And mine would be Franz Strauss Concerto Op.8, first solo I ever learned heart
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Yes omg ^

Paganini 4th violin concerto mvt1(end) Allegro maestoso


Oh, the beauty.
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What's a song you never tire of playing?

Mine would be Cello Suite No.1 iii-Courante. It's definitely not the most challenging piece for a cellist, but it's so much fun to blast through. Plus it's always a nice crowd pleaser.

I played cello for a long time and...I totally loved this piece too!!!!!!! smile
But then I had to stop because I was also studying the piano and my parents told me that I had to choose between the cello and the piano crying ...So I decided to go pro with the piano instead...
As for the piano,there s also a piece that I love playing:
Ravel s Concerto in G!!!!
I played it 2 years ago for a competition and I still have fun playing it now!!!!
Well,I don t know if it s a crowd pleaser,generally the public prefer his Concerto for left hand(I guess because it s unusual?)


They made you chose? gonk I wouldn't be able to do it. crying
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        for Violin - Bach Ciaconna (Partita No.2)



A thousand times this. I never tire of hearing it, no matter what instrument it's being played on. It is an absolutely exquisite piece of music.
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nanaith
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What's a song you never tire of playing?

Mine would be Cello Suite No.1 iii-Courante. It's definitely not the most challenging piece for a cellist, but it's so much fun to blast through. Plus it's always a nice crowd pleaser.

I played cello for a long time and...I totally loved this piece too!!!!!!! smile
But then I had to stop because I was also studying the piano and my parents told me that I had to choose between the cello and the piano crying ...So I decided to go pro with the piano instead...
As for the piano,there s also a piece that I love playing:
Ravel s Concerto in G!!!!
I played it 2 years ago for a competition and I still have fun playing it now!!!!
Well,I don t know if it s a crowd pleaser,generally the public prefer his Concerto for left hand(I guess because it s unusual?)


They made you chose? gonk I wouldn't be able to do it. crying

Oh , but I can tell you that it was heartbreaking crying .
Since I am soon graduating from high school , I decided that in september, I will pick up the cello again seriously .
Ok , I will have stopped for a year , but since I have been practicing another instrument daily and all of my keys , I think it will be hard at first but I really want to do it !
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What's a song you never tire of playing?

Mine would be Cello Suite No.1 iii-Courante. It's definitely not the most challenging piece for a cellist, but it's so much fun to blast through. Plus it's always a nice crowd pleaser.

I played cello for a long time and...I totally loved this piece too!!!!!!! smile
But then I had to stop because I was also studying the piano and my parents told me that I had to choose between the cello and the piano crying ...So I decided to go pro with the piano instead...
As for the piano,there s also a piece that I love playing:
Ravel s Concerto in G!!!!
I played it 2 years ago for a competition and I still have fun playing it now!!!!
Well,I don t know if it s a crowd pleaser,generally the public prefer his Concerto for left hand(I guess because it s unusual?)


They made you chose? gonk I wouldn't be able to do it. crying

Oh , but I can tell you that it was heartbreaking crying .
Since I am soon graduating from high school , I decided that in september, I will pick up the cello again seriously .
Ok , I will have stopped for a year , but since I have been practicing another instrument daily and all of my keys , I think it will be hard at first but I really want to do it !


Good! You can totally do it!

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