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Mendelssohn: Fantasy Op. 28 in F-sharp Minor

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ID:2094
Felix Mendelssohn :
Fantasy, Op. 28
Fantasy Op. 28  in F-sharp Minor by Mendelssohn piano sheet music
Key: F-sharp Minor Published: 1833
Level: 8+ Period: Early Romantic
piano sheet music Piano score: Breitkopf & Hartel edition (2965 kB)



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xx [VIDEO] Mendelssohn Fantasy in F-sharp minor Op. 28
April 14, 2010, 04:03:53 AM by jlh

From my DMA recital in January 2010. Bosendorfer Imperial 290 piano.

Hope you enjoy!  Comments/Critiques appreciated Smiley

I. Con moto agitato


II. Allegro con moto


III. Presto


Best,
Josh


xx Mendelssohn: Fantasy in F# minor, Op. 28, Mvt. 1
May 31, 2010, 03:21:28 PM by kelly_kelly

I started this piece 3 days ago, so this is very much a work in progress. I made this recording mostly for my own edification, so it's not polished. My memory is still quite shaky so the climax is a mess (I played from memory until the last two pages because I didn't want to stop for page turns). And for some reason I lost the F# in the bass in the second measure of the opening sequence and where that sequence returns in major at the end... that doesn't usually happen. Nevertheless, I thought I would post for advice about interpretation and capturing the essence of the piece, so I don't stray too far Smiley


xx Mendelssohn Fantasy
June 01, 2010, 11:01:27 PM by yw1935




exclamation Fantasy in F# minor, Op.28
March 30, 2011, 12:21:34 PM by devilishsweet

Hey, I'm planning to take the LTCL Recital. I was wondering if Mendelssohn's Fantasy in F# Minor, Op.28 is considered a classical or romantic piece. Coz Mendelssohn is from the romantic period and this piece sounds a lil classical though it has a huge range of expressions and pedals. Can anyone help me out here? Here's the link if you don't know how it sounds like.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=786RVhOXF5w
Thanks. Smiley


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