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Liszt: Sonetto 104 No. 5

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Franz Liszt - Années de pèlerinage, Second Year: Italy :
Sonetto 104, No. 5
Sonetto 104  No. 5  by Liszt piano sheet music
Key: n/a Year: 1858
Level: 8+ Period: Early Romantic
piano sheet music Piano score: Scanned score (1347 kB)

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xx Liszt Sonetto 104 del Petrarca
March 18, 2011, 01:59:28 AM by kelly_kelly

Not to be confused with Sonetto 123, which I also posted recently Tongue This is in a VERY early stage of learning (by my standards) - about two weeks of work scattered over the past two months of extremely sporadic practice. My teacher passed on all the notes in her score (fingerings, etc.) but she hasn't heard me play it. It's at about the point where a first lesson would be appropriate, but unfortunately I don't know when that will be possible, so I am turning to Pianostreet. There are some obvious technical issues (the cadenzas are...  Lips Sealed) and there are some issues with chord rolling... especially the first few measures... and really I don't know what I'm doing yet... but I thought it might be better to be set on the right track from an early stage than appall my teacher whenever I manage to see her?

question What do you think about the pieces that I will learn this year?
January 10, 2011, 03:16:45 AM by presto agitato

Hello friends.
I’d like to know your opinions about the pieces that I will learn this year.

JS Bach – Fantasia in A minor form BWV 904
JS Bach – Prelude and Fugue in E flat minor BWV 853
Brahms – Caprice in D minor Op.116-1
Brahms – Intermezzo in A minor Op.116-2
Mozart/Liszt – Lacrimosa from Requiem in D minor
Liszt – Soneto 104 del Petrarca.

Right now I’m working on Brahms’s Op116-2. Wonderful piece!!

Happy new year.

question Liszt: Soneto 104 and Soneto 123. Which is harder?
October 28, 2010, 04:06:15 AM by presto agitato


I need to learn one of those sonetos. I love them both but I need to play one of them.
In your opinion which one is harder and why?

Thanks a lot

xx Sonetto 104 & Transcendental Etude no. 10
October 16, 2007, 01:43:40 AM by faustsaccomplice


xx Liszt Sonetto 104 Fingering
August 21, 2007, 11:55:22 AM by sissco

Hello, I was wondering what fingering you use here.  If you go down, do you have 4 or 5 on G#? Or something else  Grin

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