Every Friday at 8pm we will host a race! There will be prizes and top racers will be recorded in the Winners Palace!!!
Rules: - No Bombing - No Swearing - No Cheating - Upon start the doors will open at the start location and everyone can enter the race until the doors close. - After first three people finish the race, scores will be counted for everyone else who comes in the next 5 minutes.
Suggestions: - Study the racetrack - Time novas and look for safe spots in the racetrack - Upgrade agility - Get Items that increase agility - Get a better jetpack - Get a better compressor - Onyx boots help drop down faster - Jerky and/or Power Jerky helps survive - keep a shovel handy
Here's the list: Chopin - Nocturne Op. 9, No. 1 in B-flat minor (I advise Brigitte Engerer as the pianist.) Grieg - Piano Concerto in A minor, Op 16 (I advise Arthur Rubinstein.) Beethoven - Moonlight Sonata Op.27 No.2 (I advise Valentina Lisitsa.) Satie - Gymnopédies & Gnossiennes Beethoven - Piano Sonata No. 5 in C minor (I advise Daniel Barenboim.) Chopin - Complete Nocturnes (Brigitte Engerer) Mozart - Piano Concerto No. 27 Tchaikovsky - Valse Sentimentale Prokofiev - Dance of the Knights Strauss I - Radetzky March Op. 228 Wagner - Ride Of The Valkyries Mozart - Requiem Tchaikovsky - Marche Slave Bach- Air Bach- Brandenburg Concertos Bach- Violin Concertos and Cello Suites Symphony No. 40 in G Minor, K. 550,Eine Kleine Nachtmusik in G Major, K. 525,Piano Sonata No. 11 in A Major, K 331 "Alla Turca": III. Alla Turca by Mozart Liebestraum,Piano Concerto No. 2 in A major,Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 by Liszt
If you like those, I will teach you all the music history, I know all. But If you don't want so many details we will pass Medieval and Renaissance Era and start with Baroque Era, following Classical Era, Romantic Era and 20th century. I think the 21st century is not necessary too.
Liebstraum is amongst my top 5 from Liszt, such a powerful piece!!
I like Chopin's nocturnes played by Fazil Say, he interprets them MASTERFULLY, you should give it a listen!! (available on spotify)
Also if you like these I think you would like Melancholie FP105 by Poulenc
Also curious, what's your favorite piece by Chopin? (My personal fave is a tie between his 13th nocturne in C minor, or his ballad in G... The buildup in that Nocturne is just insane, and then how masterfully crafted that Ballad is... ahhhh my favorite composer by far!!)
Oh great! I know all the music history since first composers! :D I know his all compositions and played all of them. I memorized all. I think his first masterpiece is Op. 9, 3 Nocturnes (1830–1831) which is making me feel like I'm in heaven. Op. 10, 12 Études (1829–1832), well there is no word to describe my joy. Op. 11, Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 1 in E minor (1830), one of my favourite piano concertos. Op. 18, Grande valse brillante in E-flat major (1831), one of my favourite waltzes. Op. 19, Bolero (1833), surprisingly a few people know that Chopin has a bolero. Op. 21, Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 2 in F minor (1829–1830), another my one of my favourite piano concertos. Op. 23, Ballade No. 1 in G minor (1831–1835), touches soul. Op. 24, 4 Mazurkas (1834–1835), you should see it when Krystian Zimerman plays it in his youth! Op. 25, 12 Études (1832–1836), language is not enough to describe my feelings. Op. 27, 2 Nocturnes (1835), emotions... Op. 29, Impromptu No. 1 in A flat major (1837), so joyful! Op. 30, 4 Mazurkas (1836–1837), I think one of the best mazurkas! Op. 32, 2 Nocturnes (1836–1837), other great nocturnes. Op. 33, 4 Mazurkas (1837–1838), other great mazurkas. Op. 34, 3 Waltzes (1831–1838), other great waltzes. Op. 35, Piano Sonata No. 2 in B-flat minor ("Funeral March") (1839), another masterpiece of Chopin! Op. 37, 2 Nocturnes (1838–1839), other great nocturnes by Chopin. Op. 40, 2 Polonaises (1838–1839), one of the best polonaises! Op. 41 4 Mazurkas (1838–1839), other great mazurkas. Op. 43, Tarantelle in A-flat major (1841), another joyful Chopin. :) Op. 44, Polonaise in F-sharp minor (1841), I think it's the most elegant polonaise! Op. 45, Prelude in C-sharp minor (1841), great prelude! Op. 46, Allegro de concert in A major (1832–1841), another great composition by the Master! :) Op. 48, 2 Nocturnes (1841), other great nocturnes! Op. 49, Fantaisie in F minor (1841), a flourishing fantaisie by Chopin. Op. 50, 3 Mazurkas (1841–1842), other great mazurkas. Op. 53, Polonaise in A-flat major ("Heroic") (1842), classy, it feels like you found your lost motherland. :) Op. 55, 2 Nocturnes (1843), a soul of van Gogh painting. Op. 57, Berceuse in D-flat major (1843), a great berceuse by Chopin. :) Op. 58, Piano Sonata No. 3 in B minor (1844), one of my favourite piano sonatas! :) Op. 64, 3 Waltzes (1846–1847), one of my favourite waltzes! :) Op. 65, Sonata for Cello and Piano in G minor (1845–1846), a great cello sonata by the Master! :)
Done for now, I will continue in later hours and as a reminding, I wrote all of them from my memory so there could be minor mistakes. I will announce my favourite Chopin after finishing it. Take care!