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Topic: Scriabin Etude Op8No6 Difficulty  (Read 943 times)

Offline flyusx

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Scriabin Etude Op8No6 Difficulty
on: August 10, 2021, 02:35:55 AM
How difficult is Scriabin's Op8No6 etude? I've read that Scriabin's Op8 Etude set are quite challenging, but I could not find any detail on this piece specifically.

For context, I've recently played the first movement of Beethoven's Op10No3, Schubert's Op90No3 Impromptu and Chopin's Op10No5 Etude (currently about 104bpm).
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Offline lelle

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Re: Scriabin Etude Op8No6 Difficulty
Reply #1 on: August 14, 2021, 01:31:33 AM
"How difficult" is difficult to quantify. It depends on how difficult you find legato sixths and so on. Have you tried reading it?

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