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In recent months, the 85-year-old Ukrainian composer Valentin Silvestrov has received the world's attention more than ever due to the ongoing war. Silvestrov's piano music covers more than half a century, and it would be hard to find a better proponent for it than the composer's longtime friend Boris Berman, whose coming album offers a panorama of the composer's evolution. Berman has also just released a new Brahms album and feels an affinity between the two composers. Read more >>

Topic: What techniques do each of Liszt's Etudes en Douze Exercises focus on?  (Read 112 times)

Offline patrickhydar

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I was thinking of learning some of Liszt's Etudes en Douze Exercises as they look helpful, as an intermediate pianist, from a technical standpoint and are somewhat easier than Chopin's etudes. I was just wondering which technique each piece focuses on?