I'm attempting to compile a list of solo piano works considered to be part of the "standard repertoire" or canon. Does anyone have any tips on books, websites, journal articles, etc. that might attempt the same, or at least, that would help me in my effort?

I'm primarily interested as a listener, but suspect I could derive value from lists compiled for performers as well.

Thus far I've found:

  1. The TalkClassical Top 200 Recommended Solo Keyboard Works
  2. The Great Courses: 23 Greatest Solo Piano Works
  3. Trinity College London's Piano Repertoire lists
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    How about all the pieces listed for the British ABRSM examination system? – user546 Jun 7 '15 at 13:51

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