#1
I have nothing I have do with my piano at the moment so give me some good songs/pieces, preferably jazz or classical. From baroque to bebop, I'll give it a shot if I like it.

inb4 MacBook pro and outdated music etc.
#2
The symphony of sorrowful songs by Henryk Gorecki.

Listen to it on a macbook pro tho.
Name's Luca.

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#5
I've always wanted to finish learning this one

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JS7KfOyMEIY

Of course, the version I was learning skipped all that complicated stuff in the middle. In fact, it would've ended at 1:13. I'd be too intimidated to learn the whole thing.
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#14
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I thought it was for improvisation.

Then, Take Five by the Dave Brubeck quartet if you feel like rearranging stuff.
Comes out pretty good as a piano solo if ya ask me.
Name's Luca.

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#19
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I thought it was for improvisation.

Then, Take Five by the Dave Brubeck quartet if you feel like rearranging stuff.
Comes out pretty good as a piano solo if ya ask me.

Can already play take five.

Will learn Johnsburg, Illinois, Webern op. 27, all the Chopin suggestions and some more when I can listen to them
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#22
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mCscZ2tPFmI

If I think of anything else, I'll post