How To Play (piano): Rachmaninoff - op. 3 no. 2, 70% speed
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Ive always liked Rachmaninoff's music, and this prelude is awsome. Ive been playing for several years now, and this is one of the best pieces Ive learned. This sheet music is very well organised, and very easy to read so I highly recomend it.
This Prelude Winsby Gary Colemanon February 28th, 2010
The person who rated it 1 star and calling it "TO REPETITIVE!!!!" is either a troll or (if he is deadly serious) not a musician. You don't flame the music because it's too "repetitive", actually get lost in the music, embrace the feeling of it all, which is what this guy clearly lacks.
Fun to playby anonymouson August 20th, 2009
It may be repetitive but it is probably the funnest piece to play! Letting the middle section just flow off your fingers. I adore this piece and all of Rach's music! Wonderful prelude.
TO REPETITIVE!!!!by anonymouson May 6th, 2009
This piece of music is way to repetitve! Not just the rythm but the notes and dynamic. Probably the worst prelude in history. Listners, if you like preludes, go look at Bach or Chopin, any one but this dred!!!! I love preludes and nocturns, but this is not something you should listen to!!! Horrible, terrible, repetitve! the tune is great just change it a lot, along with every thing else!!!!
Repeatby anonymouson April 23rd, 2009
This is a lovely prelude but it is a bit to repetitive. Maybe he could have done something more with the rhythm and dynamics. Also it could be faster. And if you think about it, it's not that hard. Sure its not for beginners, but its not hard! Overall, Well Done Rachmaninoff!
Love It!!by CaptainCrunk210on March 5th, 2009
This is the first piece I ever learned to play, and I have loved it from the first chord progression. Rach was truly a genius!!
Rachmaninoff Preludeby anonymouson July 4th, 2008
I enjoy the printout of this Prelude. The type is big enough to see all the notes and there are many! Thank you.
Sergei's Bestby sk8er_kid(MEMBER)on January 9th, 2007
There is a reason why this is Sergei Rachmaninoff's most famous prelude:it is definitely his best. Not a piece for beginners...
Beautiful Pieceby anonymouson May 29th, 2006
Outstanding..... A magnificent piece from Rachmaninoff. I am just dazzled by his works.