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Old 12-23-2005, 12:24 PM
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It would be great to have the Chopin Op. Posth. Nocturnes (especially No.20 in C# minor). Also, I'd really like a Piano and Clarinet arrangement of the Trois Gymnopedies by Satie, and there can never be too much Liszt

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Old 12-23-2005, 12:29 PM
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Old 12-23-2005, 04:39 PM
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It would be great to have the Chopin Op. Posth. Nocturnes (especially No.20 in C# minor). Also, I'd really like a Piano and Clarinet arrangement of the Trois Gymnopedies by Satie, and there can never be too much Liszt

Love the site, thanks for all the music!

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Of course, we must publish it in the coming months, actually we must complete the Nocturnes.

About the arrangement of the Trois Gymnopedies, that's a great idea we'll think about. And about Liszt, yes, we must add more. Do you have any preferred title to suggest us? Any your preference is very welcome.

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Old 12-23-2005, 06:11 PM
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Queen500: You mean the nocturne? Yes, it's beautiful isn't it

Fabrizio: Great! I've got a book of the Nocturnes, but it's missing the posthumous ones. I think the Satie arrangement should be quite easy - just the right hand piano part needs transposing up a step - so I guess if I wasn't so lazy I could do it myself
Liszt - I love the Hungarian Rhapsodies, I think you've only got #2 up so far? (#2 is a good choice of course, but more would be good!), and the Etudes would be cool (someone asked for La Campanella already I think?)

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Old 12-24-2005, 05:51 AM
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Sure, those are the most requestyed titles... we'll work on them!

Thank you and have a wonderful Christmas time you too.

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Old 12-24-2005, 06:53 PM
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Queen500: You mean the nocturne? Yes, it's beautiful isn't it

Fabrizio: Great! I've got a book of the Nocturnes, but it's missing the posthumous ones. I think the Satie arrangement should be quite easy - just the right hand piano part needs transposing up a step - so I guess if I wasn't so lazy I could do it myself
Liszt - I love the Hungarian Rhapsodies, I think you've only got #2 up so far? (#2 is a good choice of course, but more would be good!), and the Etudes would be cool (someone asked for La Campanella already I think?)

Cheers, merry Christmas!

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Yes, Nocturne!! !!!!

Merry Christmas to you too!!
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Old 12-29-2005, 12:42 AM
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Liszt - I love the Hungarian Rhapsodies, I think you've only got #2 up so far? (#2 is a good choice of course, but more would be good!)


I love that piece (hungarian rhapsody #2) only problem is that you need to be a virtuoso pianist to play it is there any chance of an arrangement of it for mere mortals, but without losing any of Liszt's fantasticly rich harmonies (ie. leave the nice big chords in, cut out the demi-semi-quavers (or 32nd notes depending on where you are)). I think Liszt would've been better writing for orchestra which can cope with massive harmonies like he uses, but i've never heard of any orchestral pieces by him.
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Old 12-29-2005, 12:54 AM
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I heard the Hungarian Rhapsody played by an orchestra. I must then assume that it was a transription from piano to orchestra?
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Yes, it there will probably be quite a few transcriptions, my school orchestra played the hungarian rhapsody #2, which was SERIOUSLY cut up, there were whole themes missing from the piece and it was much shorter and simpler than the original, plus it had been transposed up a semi-tone to D minor. It was still a reletively difficult piece but it sounded fantastic the first time we played it through with a full brass section (the afternoon before the consert) coming in on the first big chord.
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