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Franz Liszt: Etudes for Transcendental Technique

This is an early version of the much better known Paganini Etudes from 1851. As in the case with the Transcendental Etudes, these earlier versions are the most outrageously difficult.
In the later studies, Liszt thinned the textures and removed all stretches greater than a tenth.


Sheet Music Downloads:

TitleASTKey Published Type Level
Etude in G minor No. 1G Minor 1838 Study 8+
Etude in E-flat Major No. 2E-flat Major 1838 Study 8+
Etude in E-flat Major (La Campanella) No. 3A-flat Major 1838 Study 8+
Etude in E Major No. 4E Major 1838 Study 8+
Etude in E Major (version 2) No. 4E Major 1838 Study 8+
La Chasse No. 5E Major 1838 Study 8+
Theme and Variations No. 6A Minor 1838 Study 8+



Posts in the piano forum about Etudes for Transcendental Technique by Liszt:

xx Etudes for Transcendental Technique
October 25, 2009, 04:04:53 AM by danielsmith

Does anybody know if there are any recordings of Liszt Etudes for Transcendental Technique  (the ones published in 1838, before the revisions in 1851)?

Thanks


xx Difficulty of Various Etudes
August 27, 2006, 10:01:40 AM by cloches_de_geneve

I would like to pick a couple of those and would appreciate any comments on these pieces by members that played them. Thanks.


xx Etudes
February 16, 2006, 01:11:11 AM by chopinfan_22

I have a question about Liszt's Etudes. Now I know some of them are completely off the wall... but to any of you that have played/taught them, how helpful are they? I was thinking of trying his first Trascandental Etude (in C). It's only two pages... the last page being arpeggios. I just wanted to gather an opinion. Thanks.


xx Chopin or Liszt
February 11, 2006, 02:56:51 PM by lisztener

Which one of them made the most difficult etudes?  Earlier when i hadn't heard so much by Choipn I assumed it was Liszt. Now I'm not so sure...     Tongue       
Take care /lisztener

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