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Chopin: Waltz Op. 42 in A-flat Major

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Frédéric Chopin - Waltzes :
Waltz, Op. 42
Waltz Op. 42  in A-flat Major by Chopin piano sheet music
Key: A-flat Major Published: 1840
Level: 7 Period: Early Romantic
piano sheet music Piano score: Scanned score (1485 kB)


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xx A VERY VERY VERY big problem.
August 23, 2009, 11:44:10 AM by loonbohol

Sorry for hiding in shame.

I have a problem , now that I cannot theoretically play Chopin Etude (Winter Wind).

I was practicing it for almost 6 months and I am almost 3/4 of the whole piece.
The trip to China interrupted my learning.
As I came back,I realized that I cannot do it anymore.
Why does it have to be that way?

I must select a new piece.
I must select a piece that I will perform at a conservatory so that I can be admitted.

I have selected Waltz Op.42 by Chopin.
And when I watched videos of it. There are many ways to play it.

Here is Wen-yu-shen's version of the piece
(refer to this video

A slower version is

but one thing is certain, there is only one way to play it.


Question 1:Will I ever be admitted to a University conservatory if this is what I am going to perform?
Question 2:What is the rated difficulty of this waltz?
Question 3:I have to choose another piece to perform,Chose a piece that sounds difficult but easy  "Are there easy pieces camouflaged as difficult.

This is code RED.   SERIOUSLY.

By the way, I am on the 8th page already.
I will send a video A.S.A.P since I do not think my playing is correct.







xx My First YOUTUBE video (CHopin Waltz Op.42)
November 17, 2009, 04:30:42 AM by loonbohol

I am so sorry for the very long wait I let you made.

BUT this is is my first Youtube video on an RCM 10 grade.

I actually do not know how to operate a video and make a new video properly.


Please Enjoy.




xx A Chopin Piece
March 04, 2010, 09:18:42 AM by sjeon

Recent four pieces 've played
two mozart sonata(331,332)
 bach french suite no.5 and a prlude nd fugue in c minor
chopin waltz op 64 no 1

I'm planning to learn chopin waltz op.18 or op.42 Whch one should I play?
how long will it tae for me to play them?
Which one is harder?


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