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Piano Vintage – Italian Excellence Bringing Old Steinways Back to Life

One of the most interesting exhibitors at the Cremonafiere Exhibition’s piano part – the so called CremonaPianoforte – this fall was a company and and workshop called Piano Vintage. The company performs a type of restoration dictated from the work philosophy and experience of the “Steinway Academy”. Read more >>

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Author Topic: Liszt: "Un Sospiro" or HR #12  (Read 2061 times)
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« on: November 11, 2010, 08:11:36 AM »

Hello

Do you guys think that HR#12 is harder than "Un Sospiro"? Why?

I really like to know your points of view about this.

Thanks
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The masterpiece tell the performer what to do, and not the performer telling the piece what it should be like, or the cocomposer what he ought to have composed.

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piano sheet music of Concert Etude - Un Sospiro
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« Reply #1 on: November 11, 2010, 01:35:18 PM »

Of course it is!  Sospiro isn't hard.
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« Reply #2 on: November 11, 2010, 02:00:53 PM »

HR 12 requires a wider range of good technique and musicality. Plus yes, in general 'Un Sospiro' isnt really that hard.
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The New Concept: Scores for All Stages of Learning

On the recent Music Education Expo in London, Piano Street presented a new concept for sheet music publication. Depending on your own level of experience and where you are in the learning process of a particular piece, you may need fingering, pedal markings, practice and performance tips, or perhaps the right opposite - a clean Urtext score. Read more >>

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