A classic that every pianist should include in their repertoire! Thank you for having this available on Virtual Sheet Music!
level of piece
by anonymouson February 11th, 2009
Great piece! I believe it is LRCT level - one level above Royal Conservatory of Music Grade 10.
by Larry S.on July 6th, 2008
Im a 12 year old pianist and composer and when I first heard this piece I was amazed that something so incredible could come from the mind of a human.
I first started composing about a year ago and I have learned many incredible techniques from this magnificent piece.
Even in cartoons! Feeding dreams to children...
by Kazimiron May 22nd, 2008
I heard it first time on a episode of Woodpecker. Woody was a piano fixer and a thief hide himself into the piano, and told Woody not to stop playing, otherwise he would kill him. Haha! What an amazing choice our hero could do! Since then, I have been trying to discover the name of the piece, and that's it!!! Thanks
This is the most expressive piece I think I have seen ever! I tought myself to play and read music at 5 years old and when I heard the Trans Siberian Orchestra play this I needed it in my mosted loved pieces! It was in Tom and Jerry and also in the "Day at the Races" with the Marx brothers. If you want to really enjoy this piece watch the Marx brothers!
What a great piece!!
by Matthew Hacketton April 6th, 2008
This is a very memorable and enjoyable piece caused by it's boyish boistrousness. One thing though, why do so many seasoned pianists insist on calling them songs? the word is piece!
Beautiful song, very technical
by JOEon March 24th, 2008
I love this song; I first heard it as part of a Victor Borge skit, and had to learn it. As a background, I am 18 and have been playing classical piano for 14 years.
There are a few "ornamental" parts of the song that are quite hard to play to speed, and will take a lot of working on to become smooth. However, I love a challenge, and this song will keep me occupied for probably around a month, much longer than most songs.
Excellent piece, but only for advanced players.
this piece is wonderful but it is pretty hard i think am going to learn this piece after i playe chopin prelude in D sharp "riandrop"
by CBon November 9th, 2007
I'm a 11-year old pianist and I can play a very easy way to play Hungarian Rhapsody No.2 It's very interesting to play and hear. All those dynamics and speed are very marvelous. This is one of my favorite classical pieces. I would love to play this actual piece.
Level of Diffuculty
by Lynneon September 8th, 2007
I first heard this song played by David Helfgott and immediately fell in love with it. I am a grade 10 piano student and I was wondering if it's way beyond grade 10 repertoire.
by anonymouson September 7th, 2007
It is beautiful, but it is insanely hard.
by Matthew HKon August 25th, 2007
I think this is the most music of sincerety that you can draw out of. Scale's awesome. I think it's in Tom and Jerry.
by Leonaon August 9th, 2007
I am ten years old and am trying to play this piece. I think it is amazing and fun. I hope to play like this soon.
by anonymouson July 15th, 2007
I'm only twelve but I hope to someday play this song. It's amazing! I think it's one of the most amazing pieces of music composed. The octaves sound great! I love how the song starts out slow then gradually increases in speed. Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 never gets boring.