At first, when i heard this i was speechless, but i kept using this score, and i started playing it,i have been practicing for about a week now and i finished almost the first 2 pages! Thank you again and keep up the great work!
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Thank you very much for your comment! I try my best to ensure there only are correct notes, but still there may be such notes in this score. The ability to play I cannot wait to be able to play this for myself!! Should the left hand be brought out?
Chopin - Etude in A minor Op.25 No.11 Winter Wind sheet music for Piano
Yes, the left hand carries the melody of the piece. It should be brought out. Sorry, but what I meant was should the left hand be brought out more than it already is in the recording? If the recording is computer generated, it might not have the expression.
Keep up the good work! Have you heard Leopold Godowsky's study of this etude? What are your thoughts on it? Unfortunately, I have not. I will try to listen to those when I have time to do so!
Chopin: Étude Op. 25 No. 11 in A minor 'Winter Wind' (page 1 of 20) | Presto Classical
I'm going to repeat my previous post. What did you think of Leopold Godowsky's study of this etude, if you got a chance to listen to it? I have finally heard it! I think it is spectacular, but I would stick to the original if I had to choose between these two. I have long speculated, if or when I learn this piece, as to how I could use it to jump scare my audiences.
The first 5 measures would be perfect for this. The first 2 measures, I'd play quietly enough that it's barely audible without straining the ears. The next 2, I'd play them so softly, without omitting any notes, that I force the audience to strain their ears to hear it if some members of the audience put their hand up to their ear, I will have succeeded. Then there will be a fairly long pause, before, all of a sudden, I go into the rest of the piece at a volume slightly louder than forte, but not fortissimo, and it causes everyone to jump in their seats, and some of the audience members to shriek at the top of their lungs, and others to plug up their ears.
I then play the rest of the song at that volume, except when there's changes in dynamics.
This song is still above my level, though. It's one of my favorites. I was reading through the comments and saw your username. It's nice to see a fellow Your Lie in April fan.
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Honestly, it's the only reason I decided to learn this song. Emi starts playing Kosei: Chopin Etudes for the Piano , page The Chopin Companion , p.
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