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Which of the two do you prefer listening to and/or playing?

Marche Funebre
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Heroide Elegiaque
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Topic: Marche Funebre vs. Heroide Elegiaque  (Read 1347 times)

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Marche Funebre vs. Heroide Elegiaque
on: November 14, 2017, 05:06:59 PM
Once again Chopin vs. Liszt.

The question is simple:

Which do you prefer, and why?

I still have to think of my own answer to this question.

(Also, the fact that the two are about the same length is something I find quite cool).

Marche Funebre:

Heroide Elegiaque:

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Re: Marche Funebre vs. Heroide Elegiaque
Reply #1 on: November 14, 2017, 06:18:28 PM
pass. I prefer
Leschetizky's "Ballade Venetienne"

but if  it 'has' to be heroic, Leginska composed a set called '3 victorian portraits' and the 3rd is the 'heroic impromptu' that thing is awesome i have the score and audio, i need to pull it out and have another listen, been a while since i read along with that one. 8)

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