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The Fluid Piano – The world’s first multi-cultural Acoustic Piano

British composer Geoff Smith has invented a new instrument – The Fluid Piano – an acoustic piano which enables musicians to alter each note individually and separately by precise microtonal intervals per note before or during performance. Read more >>

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« on: October 13, 2017, 06:45:12 PM »

Hi all! I wanted to know how hard you would say that Schubert's b-flat major impromptu Op 142 3 is? I hoave been Learning it for a couple of weeks and find it harder than People say it is. To make it all perfect is really hard. It certainly feels harder than the Op 90 impromptus and even harder than 1st mvt of Pathetique IMO.

Also, how would you rate Beethoven's 12th sonata Op 26 and Rachmaninoff Op 32 10 in terms of difficulty? Beethoven compared to other sonatas and Op 32 10 compared to other Rach preludes and etudes
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« Reply #1 on: October 14, 2017, 03:31:02 AM »

To make it all perfect is really hard.

This seems to be true for most music that I play...
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Pieces under work now: Franck op 18, Bach Sinfonia nr 9 and P&F a minor book 2.
Wait...no Scarlatti? Must add something soon...
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