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Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody No. 6 in D-flat Major

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Franz Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsodies :
Hungarian Rhapsody, No. 6
Hungarian Rhapsody  No. 6  in D-flat Major by Liszt piano sheet music
Key: D-flat Major Published: 1853
Level: 8+ Period: Early Romantic
piano sheet music Piano score: Scanned score (1834 kB)


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xx Alexei Grynyuk - the Octave Marvel
November 23, 2006, 07:09:54 PM by opus10no2

Amazing, no?

Liszt Sonata climatic Octave section -

http://youtube.com/watch?v=1xjiIlc5VRI


Liszt Hungarian Rhapsody no6 climatic Octave section -

http://youtube.com/watch?v=-kv6v8Boh94


xx Re: Alexei Grynyuk - the Octave Marvel
December 05, 2006, 07:37:19 PM by infectedmushroom

But where is it? It seems like it might be a school of speed because the Prokky Toccata guy also played extremely fast. Though he was accurate and played the piece really well, he muffed up the ending; but that's not to deter from the sound of the piece, which was really well constructed.


And impressive Wink

I felt that Grynyuk's HR6 was about the same speed as Cziffra's, atleast the better of the two Cziffra videos circulating youtube. Has anyone put them side to side to compare?

Cziffra playing HR6:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TClTPpdHxuI


xx Argh Im not getting anywhere in Hungarian Rhapsody no. 6
February 23, 2009, 12:48:18 AM by ryan2189

So I have been learning this piece for over six months now and I am at this point where nothing feels like it's improving. There are always these very few small minute things that seem to get better, but as a whole I am not getting anywhere. The most challenging part of this piece is obviously the end Friska section, where there are nothing but octaves. I get so tired and can not play any parts nicely. There have been days and even a whole span of a week where I really thought that I had it, and that I was over that hill and could get this damned piece finished with. I practice tons of rhythms on all the sections, even those that are not in the Friska. But I still don't feel a sense of complete relaxation, or else I would at least be able to get through it. I don't think that I over exemplify my movements, rather I'm trying to be as conservative as possible, because I know that wasting energy is what will cause an even greater decrease in stamina. This piece is depressing me. Since my last lesson, I have been to the practice rooms every day for a good amount of time, and the results are lacking. I have my next lesson on Tuesday and I am nervous because my professor was commenting poorly on my playing last week. I would love to put this piece down for a bit but you see I can't. I am supposed to be playing this is a concert at the end of April and I have nothing else to play instead even if I were to drop the Rhapsody. I would love to be able to play this piece well both for the satisfaction and for the ability to move on and start something new. Can anyone please offer any advice for me?


xx Franz Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsody No. 6 in D flat major - Enzo
March 04, 2011, 03:43:15 AM by emill


It was me, the father who was shaking with nervousness (perhaps his teacher and my wife too!) as Enzo was playing this. I was too anxious that it was just too soon to play the piece before an audience, having started this together with other pieces barely a month ago ... but as they say ... the program has been printed and the show must go on. To make matters worse Enzo had been playing, well over an hour and he looked obviously tired. I closed my eyes and prayed that it will not be so bad!!! wow!! the anguish ... the travails parents must undergo when their children are "under scrutiny".  So sorry for some fumbled notes and tempo.

Thanks for listening and watching.... we will be MOST GRATEFUL for any comment.



xx Franz Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsody No. 6 in D flat major - Enzo (NEW)
February 29, 2012, 04:12:30 AM by emill



Hello!!! Grin  . . . .
About a year ago we posted Enzo's 1st attempt of this piece by Liszt and frankly his being a "kid" playing the piece showed. 

http://www.pianostreet.com/smf/index.php?topic=40428.0

About 2-3 weeks ago he restarted practicing the piece again for a piano festival at the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP). I was surprised at the way he reinterpreted the piece .... what a difference a year makes in terms of maturity.

We will be grateful for any comment.

NOTES posted at YT -
This piece by Liszt is one "bravura" piece which always generates excited applause even among those not familiar with classical piano pieces. Lorenzo played this during the PASINAYA 2012 festival at the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP).

PASINAYA is sort an "open house" for all art events from music, painting, movie, literature to dance where for less than 50 cents (Php 20.00) one can enjoy everything for one whole day. Established and rising Filipino artists are invited by the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) to perform or show their works.  It is one fantastic day attended by thousands, especially the young.



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