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I was preparing to send in my Arts Supplement to Yale via their supplementary materials website, and they write: "Please indicate the title and composer of each submission, including movements, in the space marked "Description" below. (For example, "Piano Sonata No. 2 in B flat minor. Op. 35, Scherzo. Frederic Chopin.") "
If this piece is an indication of the level of performance they expect of those submitting a supplement, I'm slightly below their expectations, but not by far; I was planning to submit 'Clair de lune' by Debussy and 'Maple Leaf Rag' by Joplin. You can look the three of those up on YouTube if you don't know them. I'm fairly certain that submitting my two initially intended pieces won't hinder my application, but is anyone of a different opinion?