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Topic: Rachmaninoff "Romance" No. 10 Op.6  (Read 1904 times)

Offline jjoel

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Rachmaninoff "Romance" No. 10 Op.6
on: February 11, 2004, 12:46:51 AM
does anyone know where i could get a midi file of this?  i've already tried "classical archieves" and i couldn't find this song.  I'd like to hear it before i go and buy the piano book that has it in there.

also could anyone reccomend any "slower" rachmoninoff songs that aren't TOO difficult but are nice sounding.  thanks

Offline DAwud7

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Re: Rachmaninoff "Romance" No. 10 Op.6
Reply #1 on: February 11, 2004, 12:59:34 AM
I will send in a email i have a Eroll this is a piano roll scanned and turned into midi file with all the pedal and stuff so its pretty good on a digital or somethin i believe the roll was performed by Rudolph Ganz

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Re: Rachmaninoff "Romance" No. 10 Op.6
Reply #2 on: February 11, 2004, 01:22:18 AM
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also could anyone reccomend any "slower" rachmoninoff songs that aren't TOO difficult but are nice sounding


I could, but do you actually mean songs?
Ed

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Re: Rachmaninoff "Romance" No. 10 Op.6
Reply #3 on: February 11, 2004, 01:36:56 AM
In reality, I don't think I've ever encountered a Rachmaninoff work that could be called "easy."  Some surely aren't that hard, but he didn't compose anything that I know of for real beginners.  Here are a couple suggestions:

Elegie, op. 3 #1
Prelude, op. 23 #4
Etude-tableaux, op. 39 #2

These are just a couple.  They are by no means easy, but slow enough to be managable for most pianists.

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Re: Rachmaninoff "Romance" No. 10 Op.6
Reply #4 on: February 11, 2004, 03:02:09 AM
when i meant easy i didn't mean like easy, just slow and not like 5 million notes in each measure.  i've been working alot on chopin, just finished a noctourne in e flat and and working on a prelude i think #9 by chopin (it is a double bass cleff song) but i met this girl who REALLY love rachmoninoff and well, all of the sudden my intrest in rachmoninoff has been sparked hahaha.
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