I still have about five measures in WDAT that are shaky and a couple of more that are a little weak. The only cure for that is practice, practice, and more practice! I have some weekend plans that may interfere with mastery of WDAT this weekend. Regardless of whether it is mastered or not this weekend, I will be digging into Notturno on Monday. A little variety helps when practicing something over and over again.
A few posts ago, I mentioned that I think my project should be such that I re-learn these pieces, but also to learn at least one additional piece by each composer: Grieg, Joplin, and Debussy. Originally, I thought that maybe I should do this after re-learning all my senior recital pieces. Now I'm thinking that maybe I should learn the additional piece after I re-learn the senior recital pieces. In other words, after I am done with WDAT and Notturno, I should go ahead and pick a new Grieg piece (with your help). Does this sound good, or should I just go straight through and put the new pieces after I re-learn the old ones?