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The Sweet and Not So Sweet Sound of Music

Our modern ears are now used to equal temperament, and, despite the impurities in its intervals, now prefer its sound over any other temperament. Researchers at the University of Minnesota wanted to delve more into this and studied 250 students at the University. Their main thesis question was: what makes certain combinations of notes pleasant or unpleasant? Read more >>

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Author Topic: Schubert-Liszt Die Forelle, 2 versions out there  (Read 1674 times)
shasta
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« on: September 22, 2010, 12:20:47 PM »

Hello all!  Liszt wrote 2 different piano transcriptions of Schubert's Die Forelle (The Trout).  I have the sheet music to both of them but from doing internet and YouTube searches I see that the 1st version seems to be more commonly performed.

Has anyone here performed the 2nd version or know why it's not as common?  Is it just not as technically challenging and/or as well-written as the 1st? 

Just wondering what your experiences and opinions were.  I'll probably just learn both for the heck of it.

Thanks!
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« Reply #1 on: December 14, 2010, 05:36:04 PM »

Hello!
Just wondering if you there is any possibility that you could send/upload your two versions?
I can't seem to find them another not so complicated version
Please let me know...
Joanne
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