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Piano Music Supplement

hangooksaramhangooksaram Registered User Posts: 289 Junior Member
I'm not planning to major in music but I'm hoping I can get some advice here.

I'm currently a junior and I plan to sent in a music supplement with piano when I apply to colleges. The problem is that I haven't really kept up on practicing this school year, so I'm basically forced to relearn my old pieces / learn "easier" pieces for my application. I've played piano since 2011 (~11 years now); I would deem myself to be fairly advanced and I learn rather quickly.

Any advice on piano repertoire that I could learn in 2~3 months (during the summer) would be really great!
So far I have Mozart's Sonata in A minor and the Khachaturian Toccata... but I'm not sure what else to play. (I need Baroque and Romantic pieces.) Also, my hands are really small - I can barely reach an octave, which further limits my repertoire:/

Thank you(:
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