I'm looking to broaden my mid-to-upper intermediate teaching repertoire, especially with 20th century and modern works. I've been scanning YouTube and the rep lists from Zweig, Sassmanhaus, etc. but would love to hear what you've played or taught, and if you've especially enjoyed specific works for specific purposes. I'd especially love 21st century stuff--there seems to be a dearth of well-composed music for student levels. I'm thinking specifically of the range between Bach double and Mozart but certainly open!
In my library so far--not much; Bartok folk dances, Perlman Israeli concertino, Kroll Banjo and Fiddle :) In my shopping cart: Persichetti Masques, Bacewicz concertino, Hovhaness Lullaby, Bartok evening in the village. I would like to pick up Butterfly Lovers Concerto but none of my usual sources seem to carry the sheet music.
Welcoming your ideas and opinions!
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