Frédéric Chopin
in G-flat Major, Op. 25 No. 9

ID: 136
Frédéric Chopin - Etudes:

Op. 25 No. 9

Key: G-flat Major
Year: 1836
Level: 8
Period: Early Romantic
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Why do people say that Chopin's Op 25 9 is an easy etude? by rovis77
Why do people say that Chopin´s Op 25 9 is an easy etude?. To me is pretty difficult to play at tempo considering all those inversions and jumps in both...

Should I play Chopin Etude Op. 25 No. 9 by simpliqfy
I am 14 and going to take the ABRSM Grade 8 exam. I have already finished another Etude study of Chopin which is Op. 25 No. 2. Would Op. 25 No. 9 be appropriate for this...

What repetoire should I learn?? Please give me suggestions thanks by virtuoso_pianist
Hi users of Pianostreet, I'm 17 years old and I recently just completed my LMus (the Aussie equivalent of the LTCL or LSRM) and I was wondering what repetoire I should learn now? I intend to...

Tension in Chopin etude by billybraga
Hey, im currently practicing my first chopin etude (op 25 no 9), and ive memorized the 10 first measures in a couple of hours, but im struggling with high tension in my right arm, even if i do with 25% speed. I...

Practicing "Stride" Leaps by donovan8892
I am primarily a classical pianist, but I have been trying to imrpove in other genres such as stride. I have always struggled with left-hand leaps. I once played Chopin Etude Op. 25 No. 9 thinking it would help...

Help me with my audition repertoire by blue d. costy
So, I almost finished high school and I'm thinking to enter a conservatory. The requirements are: - 3 etudes (like Cramer, Czerny, Clementi, Debussy, Liszt, Rach etc) - 1 Bach's...

Chopin Etudes by bobloblaw717
Im an advanced player but i have never once played a Chopin Etude before. ive listened to all of them many times and i was wondering if someone could rank these in difficulty Op. 10 No. 5 Op....

Chopin butterfly etude by Chopinisque
Hello, I just want to ask if I should play the staccatos in this piece from the wrist or arm(elbow?).  Staccato from the arms is much more tiring.  So I was thinking that I should lift from the wrists...

Chopin Butterfly Etude Op. 25, No. 9 by ryan2189
I have been playing this piece for quite some time now, and I feel as though the last step that is preventing me from playing this piece well is the tension that I feel each time I strike the pattern with the...

How difficult is op. 25 Nr. 9? by franz_
I'm gonna start this etude. How difficult is it? What are the difficult parts? How difficult is it when you compare it to other etudes? Let me know ...

Which is harder of Chopin's Etude Opus 25? by victor_ching
Hey, Which is harder? Winterwind or Butterfly? It would be interesting to look at the results. In addition to that, can anyone provide me with the approcimate grade for each of the 2...

chopins etude (butterfly) by matt haley
    Hey guys...         iv been learning this etude as i love it and im finding it ok to play,,apart from the im self taught over last four...

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Etude Op. 25 No. 9 in G-flat Major, a composition by the early romantic composer Frédéric Chopin. The piano score of this piece was first published in 1836 and is part of Etudes by Chopin.