Hello Kenneth. I'm not the best person to answer this, as I have no experience of the sort of past courses you're mentioning for comparison, but the aim behind the lessons is to bring you up to a similar standard as the students at a music school, starting from scratch, would reach after an equivalent number of years, with D01 covering year 1, D02 year 2, etc. You look at several pieces per monthly lesson, and submit your recordings of two or three of those pieces for feedback, but only prepare one piece towards the end of the course for the end-of-year exam, so whether you build up a "repertoire" of pieces over the year that you could use for a personal recital is up to you. You should find plenty of good pieces there in any case, with enough challenge for the level of the course that you choose.
Maybe a current or former student of the online lessons with previous lesson experience elsewhere would like to comment further.
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