33 out of 63 measures of Notturno are now back in memory! There are a few parts of the first 20 measures that need to be ironed out still, but the thing that puts the biggest smile on my face is the middle 13 measures. I never played it cleanly when I first played it. I play it perfectly now. I get the biggest smile on my face when I get to this part now! I'm looking forward to maybe wrapping up Notturno by no later than five more days from now. That would give me about a 26 day reserve for the remaining pieces which I predict I will very much need.
The only question that remains is: Should I go ahead an learn a new Grieg piece when I'm done with Notturno or should I wait until I have re-learned all my old pieces before tackling the new ones? Also, for the sake of symmetry, I am thinking about learning two Joplin pieces so then I would have three pieces by each composers. How does that sound?