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The Nocturnes by Chopin – New Urtext Edition

The Nocturnes span the whole of Frédéric Chopin’s career, and among them are some of the composer’s most beloved works. Piano Street has now published a new urtext edition of the Nocturnes by Chopin. This new edition, containing Chopin's own fingering, attempts to present the most valid version of these pieces following consensus among today’s prominent scholars and pianists. 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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