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Topic: Chopin Waltz No.3, Grande Valse Brilliente, 'Minute' Waltz, Op.64 No.2, Op69 No1  (Read 11088 times)

Offline ihatepop

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Sorry for the long threads title. I just wanted to ask that between the above waltzes, which is the most famous, which is the most worth learning and which is the hardest/simplest.

I would be most obliged if you don't mention any stupid comments about hardest/simplest.

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Offline nicco

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There are no stupid comments. Only stupid questions.
"Without music, life would be a mistake." - Friedrich Nietzsche

Offline ihatepop

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There are no stupid comments. Only stupid questions.

OK. ;)

Your opinions?

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Offline thalbergmad

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Most famous - minute waltz
Worth learning - none of them
Hardest - Grande Valse
Easiest - Op69 No 1
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Offline swim4ever_22

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Most famous - minute waltz
Worth learning - all of them
Hardest - Grande Valse
Easiest - Op69 No 1

Offline Kassaa

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Most famous - minute waltz
Worth learning - two of them
Hardest - Grande Valse
Easiest - Op69 No 1

Offline phil13

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go w/ Op.42 instead of any of these.

Phil

Offline Kassaa

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go w/ Op.42 instead of any of these.

Phil
Op 18>>>42.

Offline swim4ever_22

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Op 18>>>42.

Op 18 and 42 are considerably more difficult than the ones IHP has listed. Perhaps they are beyond is current ability, and is trying to figure out which one of these four he should learn?

Offline mephisto

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Most famous - minute waltz
Worth learning - none of them
Hardest - Grande Valse
Easiest - Op69 No 1

Offline Kassaa

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Op 18 and 42 are considerably more difficult than the ones IHP has listed. Perhaps they are beyond is current ability, and is trying to figure out which one of these four he should learn?
Op 18 = grande valse brilliante.

Offline ihatepop

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Worth learning - none of them

Ummm, why?

Worth learning-two of them

Which two?

Op 18 and 42 are considerably more difficult than the ones IHP has listed. Perhaps they are beyond is current ability, and is trying to figure out which one of these four he should learn?

I've started the Op18 and completed the Minute Waltz,and also completed the Waltz No3, if you don't mind.....

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Offline swim4ever_22

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It wasn't my intention to insult or offend you. I had misread the op. 18/grand valse, and did not make the connection between the two.

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It wasn't my intention to insult or offend you. I had misread the op. 18/grand valse, and did not make the connection between the two.

Hey, no prob. ;D

ihatepop
 

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