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Rachmaninoff: Etude-Tableau: Allegro Agitato Op. 39 No. 1 in C Minor

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Sergey Rachmaninoff - Etudes-Tableaux :
Etude-Tableau: Allegro Agitato, Op. 39 No. 1
Etude-Tableau: Allegro Agitato Op. 39 No. 1  in C Minor by Rachmaninoff piano sheet music
Key: C Minor Published: -
Level: 8+ Period: Late Romantic
piano sheet music Piano score: Scanned score (1398 kB)


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xx Recital Recording - Rachmaninoff Etudes-Tableaux
March 06, 2007, 01:41:17 AM by jlh

Masters recital, 02.20.2007:

Fifth set:

Rachmaninoff - Etude-Tableau in E-flat minor Op. 33, No. 5
Rachmaninoff - Etude-Tableau in C-sharp minor Op. 33, No. 8
Rachmaninoff - Etude-Tableau in C minor Op. 39, No. 1

Comments appreciated!  Smiley

Edit: mp3's replaced...


xx [VIDEO] Rachmaninoff Etudes-tableaux (Opus 33 no 5; Opus 33 no 8 and Op 39 no 1)
April 26, 2008, 06:35:24 AM by jlh

From a recital in February 2007:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Hpa5iDReqE

Hope you like!

Josh


xx Rachmaninov Etude op. 39/1 - Fingering
June 29, 2008, 12:03:04 PM by michael_langlois

To those who have played it:

In the figuration which first appears in measure 1, with D-C (following Eb5) on beat 3, do you find it easier to use 1-2 or 2-1?

Please, no speculations about what you would use if you were to play this piece - only respond if you have experience with it.

Many thanks,
ML


xx Rachmaninoff Etude-Tableaux Op. 39. no. 1 - Fingering
January 25, 2009, 06:00:54 PM by aslanov

hey, i just started trying this out, and i was wondering what fingering you guys use for the right hand.

from the very beginning this is what i've come up with. 2-1-5-4-1-5-2-1-5-2-1-5-2-1-5-2-1-5-2-1-4-3-1-4

at the very beginning i start with a 2 because i find it makes it easier for the 4th finger to stretch to the Db. i realize a 3 would be more comfortable but, once i get used to the 2, the Db would be easier to reach. where i have a problem is going from the Eb with the 5th finger to the Db with the 2nd finger right after. i was wondering what fingering you guys use in this particular part.

Thanks


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