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As far as Repertoirethe following web site www.kith.org/jimmosk/piano.html, listed the following: Feinberg, Aleksandrov, Medtner, Tcherepnin, Mompou, Friedman, Tausig, Persichetti, Blumenfeld, Sinding, Sitsky, Nielsen. When you click on one of the name provided it gives you more information. For example Feinberg, Samuil Evgenevich (1890-1972).

A pianist of the very first rank, a pedagogue responsible for the Soviet theory of legato playing, and a composer who stood in the vanguard of 1920s futurism, S.E. Feinberg was one of the major figures of Russian music eclipsed by Soviet cultural insularity. A 1911 graduate of the Moscow Conservatory, studying with a. Goldenweiser, he combined his teacher's love of J.S. Bach and the art of counterpoint with a fascination for the synthetic harmony of a. Scriabin. He composed Sonata #1. Moscow: Muzykalnyi Sektor, 1924. Library of Congress, Sonata #2. Moscow: Muzykalnyi Sektor, 1926. Library of Congress, Sonata #4. Moscow: Muzykalnyi Sektor, 1923. Library of Congress. (Piano List [PL], 2006) the second site discusses the works of Mozart in detail. www.geocities.com/swpianist/mozartrepertoire.html.(Yahoo [Y], 2006)

Five famous pieces written for the piano include the following by Mozart: Piano sonata in C, Piano Sonata in F, Piano Sonata in Bb. Piano Sonata in Eb, and Piano Sonata in G. (Classical Archives [CA], 2007) the last site utilized in this report gives a list of famous orchestras from all over the world. Among these are the Bay area Little symphony. (Cello.Org [CO], 2005) the information on these sites was not that extensive but they did give some information about the orchestras and their style of music performed.

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Cello.Org (2005). Famous Orchestras of the World. Retrieved 06/21/07, at http://www.cello.org/heaven/orchs.htm

Classical Archives (2007). Mozart Music Files. Retrieved 06/21/07, at www.classicalarchives.com/mozart.html#mozart_piano_son

Naxos (2007). The world's leading Classical Music Label. Retrieved 06/21/07, at http://www.naxos.com/composerlist/a.htm

Piano Finders (2005). Links to Manufacturers and Brand Names for Pianos made today. Piano Finders,. Retrieved 06/21/07, at http://www.pianofinders.com/Resources/Manufacturers.htm

Piano List (2006). The Piano L. List of Masterpieces. Retrieved 06/21/07, at http://www.kith.org/jimmosk/piano.html

Weiss, B. (2007). Vladamir Ashkenazy. Retrieved 06/21/07, at http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/biography/Ashkenazy.htm

Yahoo (2006). Mozart's Piano Works in Performance. Retrieved 06/21/07, at http://www.geocities.com/swpianist/mozartrepertoire.html

Zeroland (2007). Famous Composers. A Web index. Retrieved 06/21/07, at http://www.zeroland.co.nz/composers_r.html

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Australia Pictures (2006). Travel to Australia Pictures. Retrieved 06/21/07, at http://www.travel-australia.org/melbourne/pianist.html

Blue Book of Pianos (2005). Blue Book of Pianos. The ages and Historical Records of Pianos sold in America, VI,. Retrieved 06/21/07, at http://www.bluebookofpianos.com

Cello.Org (2005). Famous Orchestras of the World. Retrieved 06/21/07, at http://www.cello.org/heaven/orchs.htm

Classical Archives (2007). Mozart Music Files. Retrieved 06/21/07, at www.classicalarchives.com/mozart.html#mozart_piano_son

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