I really like to attempt to work on this music..it will be relaxing to complete.
Chopin's Fantasie Impromptu Op. 66
by anonymouson June 12th, 2009
My daughter heard this on a CD, and because she loves to play music that has a fast tempo, she wanted to learn this. It is difficult for her (age 11) but it was so nice to be able to get it easily online.
7/8 th timing
by anonymouson May 20th, 2009
Hit one note at a time, alternating them.
They fit together as I was told by my piano teacher. I am on page four of eleven. Enjoy the study.
This is an excellent piece, but this sheet music doesn't include fingerings, which might make it harder for a lot of people. It's already a hard enough piece as it is!
Brunilda Davila / July 16 2008
by anonymouson July 16th, 2008
That Piece is one of my favor piece from
Frederic Chopin. It is a difficult piece.
I Play the Piano and I Play only the second
part. I like Piano. Do you have a version
of that piece with the Chords. It Could be
easy to Play.
I think this piece is good to learn because it kind of sound like beethoven's moonlight the third movment.I say this is a good piece to learn even if am learning ballade in g minor. Ballade in g minor is also a good piece to learn to.
All I can say is well,WOW!
by cnb girlon November 25th, 2007
This song is one of the best piano pieces I have ever heard! This song is awesome also because it's on one of my video games called clock tower 3. This song sound really hard,but for me,i'm a beginner pianist,but I hope to work my way up to this song.
A real entertainer!!
by Bennetton September 20th, 2007
this peace is the most entertaining one and i asure you that every one will like it. the begining is Ok but my favoutie part is the middle.
You worked really hard on this peace and i congradulate you! well done!!!!!!!!!!
Not so High
by H. Lion February 14th, 2007
The Main point of this song it's the tempo difference between the two side; scale change and the trick ending etc.
There is only 1 or 2 part thats hard in this song. once you get uused to 4-3 beat (r-l)
It shouldn't be even close to Moonlight 3rd.
BTW, to the person who first reviewed: 5 stars means overall best to worst not easy to hard. ;)
5 Star difficulty?
by Scott Greigon June 20th, 2006
This marvollous Impromptu - One of Chopin's Best Known works - isn't nearly as hard as other 5 Star - Rated difficult pieces. I can play the F.I, but I can't play Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto, which also has a five star difficulty!
Chopin actually disliked this piece, and instructed a student of his to dispose of it. He disliked it because he believed it plaguarised one of Beethoven's Motif's from his Moonlight Sonata, 3rd Movement. I think us pianists and listeners are gracoius that Fantaisie-Impromptu wasn't destroyed in the end!
The Hardest thing about learning this piece is to get the cross-rhythms spot on - this can be achieved by pratising the first and last note of every tripet with the left hand, and playing the right hand normally, Hands together.
It 'fits the hand' quite well so my advice is to go for it! You can learn this piece like I did, though it took me about 3 weeks hard practise to get it spot on!
A Fantastic Piece of Music
by anonymouson June 13th, 2006
I wish also to play this piece someday, sadly i'm only a lvl 8 student...Oh i wish...
by Deepanshu Rajvanshion June 11th, 2006
Wow,this piece is really excellent.I hope that someday I'll be able to play this piece perfectly.
by Paul Son June 7th, 2006
This piece is great! I had soooo much fun playing it and i am going to play it in front of almost 6 thousand people soon! Chopin is one of my favourite composers and i encourage as many people to play his pieces as i can. Ive been playing for almost 7 years now, and this is one of the best pieces that i've ever played!