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Liszt: Mazeppa No. 4 in D Minor

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Franz Liszt - Transcendental Etudes :
Mazeppa, No. 4
Mazeppa  No. 4  in D Minor by Liszt piano sheet music
Key: D Minor Year: 1851
Level: 8+ Period: Early Romantic
piano sheet music Piano score: Scanned score (2216 kB)

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xx Liszt Mazeppa
November 16, 2009, 01:24:44 AM by steve_m


xx Name Piece (Tried searching...)
January 10, 2008, 10:47:15 PM by twisty

Hello Everyone,

First, I apologize if this thread is in the wrong section. Secondly, this is the second thread I've started since joining, and I apologize for this as well. (Forum etiquette, etc.)

I've been having trouble locating the name of this piece played in the following link:
She (Nodame) starts playing around the 4:50 mark.

I'm not interested in playing the piece (Maybe, maybe one day) more so I want to hear other pianist’s versions.

PS - The piece is very intersting...a lot of crossing hand-over-hand and techincal (very showy) but the melody is great, in my opinion.

Thank you in advance!

xx Mazeppa - Live Recording
May 02, 2007, 08:21:46 AM by shoenberg3

From this year's concert consisting of 6 TEs and other pieces:


xx Fingering Question & Practicing issues
September 28, 2006, 04:24:43 PM by dnephi

A piece that I really really want to learn is the Liszt Mazeppa, and I've been working on it for a while now, and I still don't have the main theme vesrions 1 and 2 solid at full speed. 

Now for fingering-do you adhere to Liszt's suggestion as we are told by Cortot, or do we facilitate it as Berezovsky does?  The facilitation seems awkward but would probably be easier after I practice it. 

And finally, what practice techniques do you think would be most efficacious for this kind of figuration?

Thanks for your help!  This is still my favorite musical work after about 8000 hearings and messing with it for months Wink.

xx My Recital- Chopin, Liszt Etudes
May 13, 2006, 08:44:53 PM by pianiststrongbad

Hi all,
I posted video files yesterday, and today I decided I would post audio just in case if people had slow internet connections.  As mentioned in the other thread, any feedback would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks!

Here are two Etudes:
Chopin Etude in A minor, Op. 25, No. 11
Liszt Transcendental Etude No. 4 in D minor, "Mazeppa"

xx Help with piece (Liszt)
July 07, 2003, 11:30:40 PM by llhyperdude


I'm working on transcendental etude no. 4 (mazeppa) and have some questions. BTW...I'm using the edition provided by http://www.sheetmusicarchive.net . On the run starting at measure 6, I can't work out the fingerings efficiently. Could anyone give me advice on them?

Another trouble spot is the first measure of pg. 4 (it's an octave above the last measure of pg. 3). The way I've been trying it turns my right wrist sideways to the left swinging my whole arm...any suggestions?

Any help is much appreciated. Thanks!

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