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Busoni – 25 original pieces and 15 Bach transcriptions

The Italian pianist Busoni’s important achievements as a composer were long over-shadowed by the fact that he was generally thought the greatest piano virtuoso after Liszt. The solo piano versions of Bach’s Toccata and Fugue in D Minor (for organ) and the Chaconne from the second Violin Partita are among his most well-known transcriptions. Read more >>

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« on: January 03, 2005, 01:34:36 PM »

Hi!  I'm a swedish guy,  ans this is the first time i'm on this site. I don't really know so much about how difficult the pieces i'm playing really is. What about Beethoven's "Moonlight serenade"? I can play that piece but i thought it was quiet easy. But Joplin's "The entertainer" is really difficult i think, i can only play it real slow and not in pace. And what about Schubert's " Moments musicaux op. 94-3"  I'm beginning to learn it now. How difficult are they, compared with the most difficult pianopieces? Or just "ordinary" pianopieces?  How long way have I got to the stage? Try to give an answer please. I hope my english is comprehendable  Wink   

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« Reply #1 on: March 07, 2005, 01:50:35 AM »

as far as the entertainer is concerned...it's probably around high intermediate, once you get the notes down it's not that hard of a piece.
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