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Topic: Am I ready for these pieces?  (Read 1055 times)

Offline ivorycherry

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Am I ready for these pieces?
on: December 13, 2020, 01:33:23 AM
Hey guys,
So Iíve been listening to a lot of Liszt lately and I love his music. I would like to add some more Liszt into my repertoire and I have some pieces in mind. I usually play around 2-3 hours a day and am really into piano recently. Iím 14 and have a bunch of time to kill so why not piano?
My current repertoire is:
Chopin nocturne op 64 no 1 and 2
Chopin revolutionary etude op 10 no 12
Beethoven Sonata op 2 no 1 all movements
Beethoven Pathetique Sonata op 13 no 8 first movement
Brahms Rhapsody in G minor op 79 no 2
Liszt Liebestraume
Scriabin Impromptu opus 12 no 2
6 different Bach Preludes and Fugues from WTC

Judging from this, would I be able to play Un Sospiro or Wilde Jagd or another etude by Liszt? I know this sounds ambitious but Iím really willing to put in the work needed to play any of Lisztís etudes. All of Lisztís etudes are cool. If you donít think I can play these are there any of Lisztís etudes I could play that could challenge me? Or any Liszt pieces that might be good for me? I just really want to play something by Liszt.

Alex

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Re: Am I ready for these pieces?
Reply #1 on: December 13, 2020, 05:18:56 PM
Moved it to rep board.

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Re: Am I ready for these pieces?
Reply #2 on: December 13, 2020, 05:19:35 PM
Moved it to rep board
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