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Favourite Paganini Etude?

Music composed between 1815 and 1910, excluding Chopin: Liszt, Mendelssohn, etc.
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Postby Comme_le_Vent » 21 Sep 2004, 12:28

what da f***?!!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?

man, dere are da 2 paganini sets, da 3 incarnations of da trans ets , da concert etudes, and otha misc sheeyat
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Postby Max » 21 Sep 2004, 14:55

Man, I duno where I got 4 from...I'll look into it.
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Postby Comme_le_Vent » 22 Sep 2004, 04:34

look into gettin a shrink too 8)
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Postby SteinwayModelD » 29 Sep 2004, 23:22

6th for the 2nd set

4b for the 1st set.

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Postby Helling » 09 Feb 2005, 21:44

Hmm this topic is old. In any case, I prefer the first versions of these much to the second, since Liszt really went somewhat overboard simplifying them and making them sound a bit tame. This is especially true for la chasse, which is a nice piece and all but the first version is much more effective (and really not hideously difficult either).

I'm in the process of recording the first version of these, so wish me luck (especially for no 4 hehe).
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Postby Jeliness2 » 10 Feb 2005, 17:45

Well, I like no.3 and 4 the most, though It takes me a long time to get through 4, and I can't get through no.3 at all.
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Postby Helling » 10 Feb 2005, 17:57

no 4 isnt so bad in the second version. The main difficulty is making the transition between the hands smooth, since two hands share one stave. A bit like bach somehow.
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Postby Mephisto » 10 Mar 2005, 15:04

3 and 6 are my favourites.

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Re: Favourite Paganini Etude?

Postby pianola » 04 Dec 2007, 21:43

MY FAVORITE IS LA CAMPANELLA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WOOT WOOT!!!!!!!!
the thing i hate/love about it is the brutal, huge, skips. lol
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Re: Favourite Paganini Etude?

Postby PianistSk8er » 13 Dec 2007, 03:09

pianola wrote:MY FAVORITE IS LA CAMPANELLA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WOOT WOOT!!!!!!!!
the thing i hate/love about it is the brutal, huge, skips. lol

lol, Those are what make it such a beautiful, yet impossible, study!

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