Repertoire Lists

Below is a preview peek at a Google Spreadsheet that is a collaboration among piano teachers around the world.  You can browse the various repertoire lists via the links along the bottom.  For example, you may be able to find suggestions for one-handed repertoire, piano ensemble repertoire, or small-hands repertoire at a particular level of difficulty. Please help us out and add YOUR favorite pieces!

To edit this document and add your repertoire suggestions to the list, CLICK HERE.

collab repertoire list screenshot

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5 thoughts on “Repertoire Lists”

  1. Catherine Rollin has written a second concerto at the intermediate level titled
    “Concerto Romantique”. It is wonderful! I have 6 students learning it for recital. A pair of students will each perform one of the three movements. You can check it out on YouTube. (Not my students though.)

    Thanks for the ideas on your website. Here’s a couple of ideas I’ll share with you.
    Last year, during the summer, I had my students run a category for Music Jeopardy at each lesson. I made up questions to categories such as note values, tempos, note names on the staff, chord spelling, American composers, European composers, signs & symbols, etc. I used a large pocket chart for the board and put cards with increasing values over the questions as the questions got harder. (Like the TV show.) I also gave out medals at the end of the summer at our summer lawn pops concert. . I have had a Summer Lawn Pops concert on my front lawn where the students play pop, Broadway, Disney and movie music while their families listen and have a pcinic supper. It is a popular event.

    1. I LOVE the summer pops concert idea! Do you have a rain date for it scheduled, too? Do you set up a digital piano? I want to try this!

    2. LOVE Catherine Rollin! I got to meet her and attend a mini session with her presenting on her Pathway’s to Artistry books, she is incredible and students LOVE her pieces.

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