Masques, L 105, by Claude Debussy.
In May of 2015, I performed Debussy's L'isle joyeuse in concert. Shortly after, I began learning Masques and D'un cahier d'esquisses, which were originally intended to be published with L'isle joyeuse as a suite. In May of 2017, I plan to perform all three Debussy works together.
Lament in D-flat by Zac Ricker.
Never have I considered myself a composer of any degree. However, I do occasionally enjoy sitting at the piano and just playing whatever comes to me. This is one of those times.
I Saw Three Ships, traditional Christmas tune, arranged by Jon Schmidt.
As Christmas 2015 approached, I figured it was time to invest in a quality Christmas book. Jon Schmidt never fails me, and his arrangement of this Christmas classic is certainly extraordinary.
Étude de concert S. 144, No. 3 "Un Sospiro" by Franz Liszt.
This is probably my all-time favorite piece; I have studied it for quite a while and I have included it in many of my performances.