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Topic: Toccatas -- Schumann, Ravel, Prokovief  (Read 1650 times)

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Toccatas -- Schumann, Ravel, Prokovief
on: January 22, 2005, 09:51:13 AM
Has anyone learned them all?  I had a friend in college who was obsessed with the Toccata form.  She played the Prokofiev first, the Ravel second, and then post graduate she was learning the Schumann -- which is I believe the most difficult of the three -- actually way harder than the Prokofiev or the Ravel.  I have only heard the Horowitz and Pogorelich recordings of the Schumann Toccata.  Comments?