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About Brahms op.117 118 119 (Read 1395 times)

Offline chatoto

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About Brahms op.117 118 119
« on: May 25, 2014, 09:11:04 PM »
This finest pieces are so rich musically . And technically , il does not requires a lot .
So do you think it will be a good idea to give thes pieces as homework to pupils who just begin to play nocturne of Chopin?
Or it is only supposed to be given to very advanced students?
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Re: About Brahms op.117 118 119
«Reply #1 on: May 25, 2014, 09:31:14 PM »
I started to learn them not long after I could play a couple of the less difficult Chopin Nocturnes. They are wonderful pieces, as you say, and most of them are not that difficult technically. I can't see any harm in learning them relatively early. They are deep enough that it's not as though you'll get bored of them and never come back to them later.