Hey Guys ,
I was playing classical music since I was 5 years old until age 17 and after 5 years I decided to go back and play .
the thing is that I never practiced at home . so as I never taught theory .
I would like to receive a recommendation for pieces in medium difficulty so I could play and feel good about it and monitor my progress.
I'm looking at Pieces like Moonlight 3rd movement and Rachmaninoff -loves sorrow - liebesleid which I know are really difficult and I dont want to start them and feel like its too big on me (but after me going back to business I pretty sure I will be able to play them)
Pieces I remember how to play :
Nocturne in C sharp
Yiruma - River Flows in you
Pieces in working on right now :
Prelude in C
yann tiersen comptine d'un autre ete l'apres midi
I found those a little bit hard
Nocturne in E
Moonlight sonata 1st movement
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