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Rachmaninoff: Moment Musical Op. 16 No. 4 in E Minor

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Sergey Rachmaninoff - Moments Musicaux :
Moment Musical, Op. 16 No. 4
Moment Musical Op. 16 No. 4  in E Minor by Rachmaninoff piano sheet music
Key: E Minor Published: 1896
Level: 8+ Period: Late Romantic
piano sheet music Piano score: Scanned score (1791 kB)


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xx Rachmaninov - Moment Musical op. 16 no 4
April 09, 2007, 01:49:23 PM by leonald

My first recording in this forum. All comments are welcome.

http://www.leonald.com/mp3/S_Rachmaninov_Moment_musical_op16no4_Eminor.mp3

Leonald


xx VIDEO: Rachmaninov Moment Musical n.4
August 05, 2008, 01:40:21 AM by sarrasani



Not immaculate, but I hope decent and comunicative.
And don't tell me that it's silly to play pices like this with the score, I know it!
The score, the wall so near, my body language, the mistakes....many things can be irritating,  but be indulgent with a poor amateur!
All the best for you and thank you for attention,
Sandro


xx Rachmaninov Moments Musicaux No. 4 in E min
August 18, 2009, 01:52:23 AM by moby1

I've been working on this and have a question.  The L.H. has a number of leaps that need to happen very quickly.  This sort of thing starts around measure 7 and continues throughout the piece  (i.e. measure 7, 14, 15, 26, 45, etc).  I can't really figure out how to play this without it sounding like there is a break occurring in the line.  The basic problem is getting down and back smoothly (e.g. from B down to A(octave) up to E or from E down to B(octave) up to F# in measure 7).   The way I'm playing it now, the break is happening when coming back up (e.g. A(octave) to E in the example above).

Anyway, does anyone have any thoughts on how to approach this?

Thanks,

Dave


xx VIDEO: Rachmaninoff Moment Musicaux op. 16 no. 4 and Chopin Etude op. 10 No. 5
August 05, 2010, 10:53:32 AM by nitroglycerin

Hi there! I recorded two pieces that I played at Carl Filtsch International Competition - Festival for Pianists and Composers in Sibiu/Romania. I played Rachmaninoff - Moment Musicaux op. 16 no. 4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y_aJp9CrRdE and Chopin - Etude op. 10 no. 5: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZqwPe6usgck

And as I will play in a concert at the end of the August, I would really want to hear some advices from you...

All the best!


xx Rachmaninoff - Musical Moment no 4 - Élider DiPaula
November 24, 2010, 05:22:38 PM by elider_bento



Recital at Virginia & West Virginia Music Teachers Association - Fall Collaborative Conference. Master Class with Barbara Nissman. James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA. United States.

The recording doesn`t have a good quality, but I would like to share with you!


xx Which piece should I learn??
December 15, 2010, 05:15:42 AM by chickenbunny

I'm deciding whether is learn Liebestraum: Nocturne no 3 by Franz Liszt or Moment Musical opus 16 no 4 by Rachmaninov.. which do you like more? and which one do you think is easier to learn?


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