potato lover • Jul 13, 2019 looking for some Russian piano music any one know any? Comments [user=27897310]Alexander Evstyugov-Babaev[/user] Well. You will need to be more specific. Genre, era, performance time, skill level, instrumentation. There's [i]a lot[/i] of Russian pianist composers out there, going back hundreds of years. Check the "Russian" tag for a start. https://musescore.com/sheetmusic?tags=Russian [user=30443577]potato lover [/user] [user=27897310]Alexander Evstyugov-Babaev[/user] any thing is fine and i'm at a intermediate level [user=4985591]bry.[/user] Scriabin, Bortkiewicz, and Rachmaninoff are the way to go. Also, Schnittke has a really nice piano concerto. [user=14839216]Amy Mai[/user] the lark by glinka is super good [user=154364]yama_hama[/user] Ohh, you gotta try Shostakovich's Waltz No. 2. It's a melodic beaut and not that hard....IMHO.