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Scriabin's Left Hand Etude

Postby LaPianistaLoca » 29 Aug 2004, 20:04

I had it, but evidently, it's gone. I would love to get this piece back so if you can get your hands on it, please either post website here or send me the file via mail or sn. Thanks.

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Postby TheRach » 29 Aug 2004, 22:24

I have a the version from Music-Scores. If you're not familiar with it, it's a computer typeset (made with Sibelius, actually) and I'm pretty sure there are no fingerings. And they only put up arrangements of it, a few notes may have been changed. Do you want it anyways?
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Postby beethoven » 30 Aug 2004, 00:35

Can you tell me what Op. number is it?
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Postby TheRach » 30 Aug 2004, 22:46

It's Op. 9 No. 2 I think.
Wait, that's the nocturne for the left hand...Or is it the same thing?
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Postby LaPianistaLoca » 30 Aug 2004, 23:05

TheRach: I never heard of a nocturne for the left hand Eh(?). Yes, I'd like to look at the version you have. Send it to me, ok? Thanks

beethoven: I forget the Op number - I don't have it anymore.
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Postby Jeliness2 » 31 Aug 2004, 00:14

LPL, its on music-scores.com under scriabin
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Postby LaPianistaLoca » 31 Aug 2004, 13:39

Muchas gracias (many thanks)
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Postby TheRach » 31 Aug 2004, 13:48

Yeah, that's the version I have. It's a Nocturne, they say.
You still want me to send it to you?
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Postby beethoven » 01 Sep 2004, 00:10

One thing, whi is it written for both hands, and each hand has it's own proportion of difficulty? Isn't it suppose to be for left hand only? :roll:
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Postby TheRach » 01 Sep 2004, 08:54

It can be played with two hands, but if you want. I think that's the idea, but every single note can be played with the left hand alone.
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Postby citrine_peridot » 15 Sep 2004, 20:09

i found the discription in music-score quite hard to understand , first it says "Op9, No2: Nocturne for the Left Hand Alone "
then the second line was like "This is a challenging piece for 2 hands. "

when i looked at the music, it looks like you need to have at least 2 octaves of hand-span to play it LH alone. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~

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Postby An!ma` » 16 Sep 2004, 11:54

Heh no, you need like an 11th or something, but no 2 octaves. It's all playable with the left hand. Op 9 is a left hand Opus, it has a prelude for the left hand too, which is also written on 2 bars, but that's to seperate the melody from the accompaniment. Just try the Nocturne really slowly, it's all playable with one hand, but you need to move really fast. It's really meant to be for the left hand alone, the 2 bars are to make the reading easier and it's more tidier than putting all the notes on one bar ;). Music Scores was just wrong there, I think. The piece is really easy with 2 hands, except for those runs.
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Postby Scriabinist » 17 Sep 2004, 06:59

The Prelude (Op.9 No.1) For da LH is quite manageable but I don't really like it as a piece.
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Scriabin's Left Hand Etude

Postby CrazyaboutChopin » 23 Nov 2006, 13:10

Someone can please send it to me? Thank you. :D
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