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Old 10-30-2005, 08:43 PM
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Hey Alex, I'll get the new one soon, so keep in touch
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Old 03-15-2011, 04:48 PM
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I've played a sigh. It was rather fun piece to learn and play. It is definitely a better to learn piece, but also a piece more difficult to learn than 25-1. If you want an easy piece, going 25-1. It is easily sightread able.
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I've played a sigh. It was rather fun piece to learn and play.In terms of difficulty I also disagree with what has been said. It is easier to hide especially musical and technical shortcomings with A sigh IMO.
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If they were pressured to choose, enjoy playing the Chopin rather than the Liszt, but it is difficult to justify or explain why. They are both nice pieces just to listen to and play the whose sound you prefer.
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I'd go with Chopin (and Czerny!) for their etudes, it is a good practice. Anyway, Liszt's piano concerti and symphonic poems are grand. They're also technically challenging but in the same time there's a lot of soul in them, which is not common for etudes... Once again, Chopin's are great, but I think overall Liszt's oeuvre is a bit more important for pianists.

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