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Which is harder?

La Leggeriezza
0 (0%)
Transcendental Etude No.10
5 (100%)

Total Members Voted: 5



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Topic: Liszt: La Leggeriezza vs Transcendental Etude No.10  (Read 3192 times)

Offline presto agitato

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Liszt: La Leggeriezza vs Transcendental Etude No.10
on: December 01, 2010, 02:25:11 AM
I need to play one of them and I'm looking for the "easiest" one since I only have 3 moths to prepare it.

Thanks
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Offline thalbergmad

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Re: Liszt: La Leggeriezza vs Transcendental Etude No.10
Reply #1 on: December 01, 2010, 08:19:15 AM
I only have 3 moths to prepare it.

Excellent spelling error. I can imagine 3 moths flying around trying to help you prepare this.

As for the original question, I suspect the No.10, but I cannot play either. I did once have a bash at the earlier version of No.10.

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