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Liszt: Sonetto 104

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ID:963
Franz Liszt - Three Sonnets by Petrarca :
Sonetto 104
Sonetto 104   by Liszt piano sheet music
Key: n/a Published: 1846
Level: 8+ Period: Early Romantic
piano sheet music Piano score: Scanned score (1201 kB)



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xx Petrarch sonnet 104
July 16, 2005, 08:28:37 AM by nipohc

Hope you like this, the mic is a bit wierd and doesn't really pick up bass, but anywho, any suggestions and comments?


xx Liszt - Sonetto del Petrarca No.104 ( need help)
June 12, 2007, 06:25:57 PM by gruffalo

Hi. I recently had a chance to record a piece that i need to perform in about 3 weeks. I had just brought it back to the fingers a couple of hours before my friend recorded it for me and i have been working on it more since then (this was around 2 weeks ago). There are some technical problems and also structural problems, but another big problem is that i don't seem to feel anything anymore whilst playing this piece. I can't seem to emote much and I also felt quite bored listening to this recording. This is unusual for me because i usually find this is the problem after having played a piece for a long period of time, but i only just brought this back. Can anyone suggest what i can do?  i would also really appreciate all other comments and criticisms.

Gruff


xx Liszt - Sonetto no.104 del petrarca (again. from a concert)
July 08, 2007, 11:56:03 AM by gruffalo

I performed this after the Vaughan Williams. It wasn't the best idea, singing and playing piano in the same concert and one after the other, but it is something i want to be able to do properly at some point.

so yea, this was one huge technical mess, but people still seemed to like it for some reason. after listening to it, i realise how much work i still need to do on it.


question Liszt: Liebestraum 2 or Petrarch's Sonnet 104
December 03, 2010, 03:38:42 PM by presto agitato

Hello

I want to play one of those pieces.
Which one do you like more?
Which on do you think is harder?

Thanks


xx Liszt - Sonnet 104 of Petrarch
December 16, 2010, 12:32:11 AM by andhow04

hi everyone.... recently found this recording from a program, i dont even remember when it was, but it must have been 2 -3 years ago. 
hope you enyjo it!



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