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Liszt: Gondoliera No. 1

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Franz Liszt - Venezia e Napoli (Années de pèlerinage) :
Gondoliera, No. 1
Gondoliera  No. 1  by Liszt piano sheet music
Key: n/a Year: 1861
Level: 8+ Period: Early Romantic
piano sheet music Piano score: Scanned score (1244 kB)

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xx Les Jeux d'Eaux à la Villa d'Este, anyone got the sheet music for it?
November 22, 2004, 04:41:07 PM by pseudopianist

Liszts Les Jeux d'Eaux à la Villa d'Este, my teacher thought I might be ready for this piece but it will be challenge. What grade would it be around and does anyone have free music for it? If not I'll guess I will have to order it in.  And does anyone have the sheet music for Gondoliera. Thanks in advance  Smiley

xx Liszt;Gondoliera (Venezia e Napoli) Notes question
October 11, 2006, 11:04:20 PM by dorfmouse

Liszt;Gondoliera (Venezia e Napoli)

Could someone kindly tell me if I’m reading these bits correctly? I have a Schott edition.

Bar 43, the sequence of semiquaver triplets, key signature 6 sharps;
In the third set of triplets we have Fx (F double sharp), and when the F reappears it reverts to F#. In the twelfth set again we have Fx but the following Fs are not resharped, so I assume remain as Fx?
(Now it would be nice if they did revert to F# because then the pattern would remain the same …)

A similar question in bar 62 (pp veloce e leggierissimo);
In the upper voice the sixth triplet begins with A#, the A having previously been naturalised. The following A is then another natural. However in the eighteenth triplet of the sequence the A is not resharped, even though the previous A and the following A have natural signs. Is this a misprint?

I am hoping for misprints as I’m hunting for as many patterns and repetitions as possible!

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