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Topic: R.Schumann- Piano Concerto in a minor  (Read 3779 times)

Offline amelialw

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R.Schumann- Piano Concerto in a minor
on: June 05, 2007, 01:22:19 AM
Hi everyone,
                 I asked my teacher for a concerto today and she decieded to give me R.Schumann's- Piano Concerto in a minor. This is the 1st concerto that i've ever learnt so it is going to be a challenge for me. Any advice or tips welcome!
J.S Bach Italian Concerto,Beethoven Sonata op.2 no.2,Mozart Sonatas K.330&333,Chopin Scherzo no.2,Etude op.10 no.12&Fantasie Impromptu
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Offline mattgreenecomposer

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Re: R.Schumann- Piano Concerto in a minor
Reply #1 on: June 05, 2007, 02:54:04 AM
Great Piece!  I just learned the first movement a few months ago.  I don't think it's easy thats for sure.  It helps  tremendously if your hands are big.  If you have tiny hands your in trouble.  I would play a Mozart or something.
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Re: R.Schumann- Piano Concerto in a minor
Reply #2 on: June 05, 2007, 03:01:27 AM
I agree, great piece!  This was the first concerto I learned... good luck!
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Re: R.Schumann- Piano Concerto in a minor
Reply #3 on: June 05, 2007, 06:11:00 AM
thanks! I have small hands but i've been training my hands to do a lot of solid-chords and octaves as my teacher said that i've learnt all i can technical wise for small hands, so i'm pushing myself as I want to get much further and learn to deal with it. Actually,i just tried it and i seem to be able to cope with it.
J.S Bach Italian Concerto,Beethoven Sonata op.2 no.2,Mozart Sonatas K.330&333,Chopin Scherzo no.2,Etude op.10 no.12&Fantasie Impromptu
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