Frédéric Chopin
in B Minor, Op. 25 No. 10

ID: 137
Frédéric Chopin - Etudes:

Op. 25 No. 10

Key: B Minor
Year: 1836
Level: 8+
Period: Early Romantic
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Repetoire for competition by jaquet
Hi there, im looking into joining a major competition in two years and im just planning the repetoire now. Could you guys give me some advice for some repetoire by Bach which is very polyphonic, beautiful and...

audition repertoire!! by nadiaheheheh
hi peeps! I am currently a junior in high school and will be applying for music schools this winter. I am thinking to apply for schools like umich, msm, and peabody. I would really appreciate your thoughts...

Chopin Op. 25 No. 10 by rtheunissen
Why is Chopin's Étude Op. 25 No. 10 considered to be one of the most difficult of the set of 24 (or 27) etudes? I feel like rapid octaves, although not easy, aren't as hard as some other pieces from...

Chopin etude op 25 no 10 by arpeggio
Hello everyone, I ´m practicing Chopin etude op 25 no 10. I ´m practicing with the henle edition (urtext) and there ´s no pedal sign. I was wondering if we can put pedal for more legato ? Thank you!

Chopin Opus 25 no 10, octave etude by chris2014
Hi guys, I have a few questions regarding this etude; During the practice of the piece, I have started to notice tension in my forearms, due to the constant need to hold my hand stretched to...

Early/competitive years of the legends (recordings or lack thereof) by simombarerus
I'm most interested in the legends who belonged to the generations and schools of the belle époque. It's a great pity that many of them recorded nothing / almost nothing in their teens and twenties,...

Relaxing the Wrist for Chopin Octave Etude by punkpianist360
Does anyone have any advice or exercises to relax your wrist when practicing this etude?  It's the only thing that's bugging me right...

Chopin etude Op. 25 No. 10 - General Question by franz_
Hi guys, When you play this etude, you have to hold the notes between te octaves, right? When i look to some youtube videos (professional, welknown pianists, competitions,...) where thay...

Chopin Op.25 No.10 by ahkow
My teacher says that i play the first Octaves too softly when i play the first section of this etude. when i try to play it any louder, he says that i'm banging it. The problem with it is that while he...

Octave Etudes by molto-marcato
Hi, i am working on perfecting my Chopin Ballade in g-minor and am still struggling to get those octave runs in the middle section up to speed. I think my octave technique needs serious polishing....

Piece Ranking by dough_mouse
Please help me rank the following pieces in the order of least to most difficult: Chopin Etude 25/10 in Bminor Liszt TE no.12 Chasse-Neige Rach Etude 39/1 in Cminor Alkan Etude no.7...

Chopin's Op. 25 No. 10 questions by Waldszenen
Firstly, what kind of pedalling should one use in the octave etude? Too much seems to blur the hell out of the piece and too little makes it sound staccato or not forceful enough. And secondly,...

Chopin etude op25 no10 by Chopinisque
Before I do something irreversible like injuring hands, is there something I should know about this piece?  From technical aspects, I mean.  Also, does anyone have any tips for this piece? 

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Classical piano sheet music by Chopin to download: Etude Op. 25 No. 10 in the key of This piece has difficulty level 8+ in the category Study
Etude Op. 25 No. 10 in B Minor, a composition by the early romantic composer Frédéric Chopin who was born in 1810 and died in 1849. The piano score of this piece was first published in 1836 and is part of Chopin's Etudes.

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