#1
So I took Piano this year and stuff, and did my homework/goofed off all semester.

The mandatory recital is tomorrow and I still haven't picked a song.

Anybody know of any songs I could play? I can do ok if it's just one hand with the other hand sustaining notes, but not if they're both doing crazy shit.
#2
Franz Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2
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#3
Something Van Halen?
Or maybe Don't Stop Me Now.
Pretty well known stuff I would say.
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Franz Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2


Liebestraum (No. 3) is nice too. It's just so..ah

Or Van Halen
#6
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Franz Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2

I love playing that song.

So much fun, and a crowd pleaser.
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#7
Vince Guaraldi - Christmas Time Is Here.

And I'm suggesting that because I writing a cover for that exact song.
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#9
Oh damn dude. You best be learning some tunes all night. Can you give us a grasp of your proficiency? What is the most difficult song you can play right now, and what are your stronger techniques?
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#21
I can play http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eJgY4st_2mg comfortable. Arabesque by Burgmuller too but with **** ups.


Im really digging that Where is My Mind cover. I might pick that.


(And a lot of people are posting awesome stuff, just not things i can learn in a few hours and perform infront of 100 people >.>
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#24
(Insert ANY Ben Folds song here)
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