At this level, you need to see your accompanist to follow each other. With Opus you have to learn the accompaniment and fit with it, obviously no time for interpretation, but ok.
- (Coulsdon, United Kingdom)
Beautifully printed and nicely edited edition. Big drawback is that there is no piano score so you can only play along with the CD rather than practice and learn with the CD, but then play with a pianist. The CDs are fine but there is a fair amount of rubato which is difficult to time when playing.
A better alternative is http://www.musicroom.com/se/id_no/01048497/details.html which has exactly the same collection of pieces, piano score and CD and its cheaper. The editing isn't so good though.
- (Leyburn, United Kingdom)