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| Help on Scriabin Etude Op. 8 No. 12
May 14, 2011, 12:51:59 AM by swenghk
|Can anyone give me any tips on learning Scriabin's Etude Op. 8 No. 12? This piece is killing me! And how long does something of this calibur take to learn on average?
| skriabin etude op. 8, no. 12
March 30, 2011, 05:28:50 PM by birba
|People here who play this: do you take the big left hand leap with the right hand when it's played in the middle of the right hand triad. I know Arrau wouldn't.
| Hand size issues with Scriabin etude Op 8 nr 12
December 11, 2010, 11:22:32 AM by zeger_b
|Hi! This etude is one of my favorite pieces, and I would love to learn it. The biggest problem though, is that my hands are not big enough to play an 11th. Since my hands do not permit it, is it okey to compromise and play it like a quick pedalised arpeggio? I don't really have any other suggestions
| Scriabin etude d minor (8-12) memorizing
July 06, 2010, 10:45:25 AM by 3kitty333
|Hi! Iťs now three weeks Im learning this etude and I play it at half tempo, but my problem is memorizing this piece! I don´t force it, I always let it come naturally and it doesn´t take too long time for me to get something memorized. But now I can play just just one page without sheet music, the rest I play staring at the notes I didn´t have problems with memorizing, but this Scriabin is killing me :-D
How do you memorize pieces and how long does it take to you? Or do you have experience with this piece?
Thanks and sorry for my poor english
| Scriabin 8/12 Alt- Publishing
March 29, 2008, 01:01:44 PM by dnephi
|I am tryig to find a place where it is published. Does anyone know what editions publish it?
| Scraibin: Etude op 8 no 12... feedback appreciated :)
March 27, 2008, 10:44:33 AM by lelle
|Hi, Pianostreet community!
I am a guy who is fifteen years old, and who has recently discovered a new composer: Scriabin. My teacher saw my interest and we got started on this piece...
This morning I did a quick recording of how I play it at the moment. I know that it is not very good quality, a few misses, and I didn't think the build-up to the climax was good enough either, among other things. But tell me what you think! Both positive and negative comments are wellcome, as long as they are constructive
Thanks for any replies
| Studying Scriabin Etude op 8 No 12... advice?
February 13, 2008, 12:22:33 AM by lelle
This is my first post; I am new to the forums. It seems like a great place!
I am a guy who turned fifteen in january, and I've been playing the piano since I was nine, when suddenly the interest came out of nowhere.
So, two weeks ago my teacher told me I could begin practice on this Scriabin etude after I told her I wanted to play it, and since I have been ill I haven't had any lessons since then. So I have been practicing this piece for over two weeks now without any supervision (sorry if the English is strange, I don't always find the right words^^) and the next lesson still feels like it's far off in the future...
What are the most common "newbie" mistakes on this piece? Is there something extra important one should think about when practicing this?
This is my progress so far:
about two thirds of the piece memorized (the beginning with the "theme" until the piece shifts to F#major and piano instead of forte (and then F#m7) where memory begins to fail, and the part where the "theme" is restated together with lots of rapid chords).
I stick to a slow tempo, I don't want to rush and make many mistakes and get bad technique because of that I haven't practised slowly. I do use the pedal.
I have both practised hands together and separate at different tempos. After each practising "session" or what you call it I let my self go and play through the piece once, only focusing on enjoying myself (means forfortissimo molto on climax among other things ^^), as a reward for practising
If it sounds like I've forgotten something important or that I'm practising in the wrong way, do please tell! Any tips or anything are welcome, this is such a difficult piece, but a fantastic one too, and I feel really motivated to work on it!
That is, if anyone came this far in this huge wall of text...
| Chopin and Scriabin etudes
January 27, 2008, 05:29:40 PM by athenaeum
|Chopin op 25 no11 and Scriabin op8 no 12 etudes...Played for a summer seminar 4 years ago.The recording is not very clear and there are some noises but you can understand...What's your opinion?all comments accepted
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