No. 3 Paysage F Minor - Yu Kosuge, Liszt* - Etudes (CD, Album)

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  1. Gozshura
    Kosuge Yu plays them at an unbelievable speed, sensitivity and and best of all rhythm which shows Liszt at his best I believe. Congratulations to her and her teachers. Compared to for example Claudio Arrau she shows that she has no problems with the necessary speed to keep the rhythm in Etude No.1, 3, 7 and others -- other interpretations are /5(9).
  2. Vudogis
    Thrilling, not in some silly virtuosic sense, but in the way he underlines the vast range of Liszt's invention. Like many listeners over a certain age, for me Arrau was pre-eminently a Beethoven pianist. What a treat to find him in Liszt. As a substantial bonus you get the Etudes de Concert by Arrau and Magaloff's set of the Paganini Etudes/5(33).
  3. Nagrel
    Jun 26,  · Tracklist Etudes d'exécution transcendante, S No. 1 Preludio in C major Etudes d'exécution transcendante, S No. 2 Fusees in A minor (Molto vivace) Etudes d'exécution transcendante, S No. 3 Paysage (Landschaft) in F Major (Poco adagio) Etudes Author: Yu Kosuge.
  4. Mashakar
    Sheet music and recordings of thousands of piano pieces by Franz Liszt and many other famous composers to view in your digital device, print out or listen to. Paysage in F Major - No. 3 is a piece by the early romantic composer Franz Liszt. The composition was first published in and is included in Transcendental Etudes by Liszt.
  5. Zulugal
    Feb 07,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Franz Liszt - Douze Grandes Etudes No.3 (Paysage) YouTube Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 - Duration: Rousseau 4,, views.
  6. Malazragore
    Etude Sheet Music by Liszt. 3 Concert Etudes no. 1 -- Il Lamento 3 Concert Etudes no. 2 -- La Leggierezza 3 Concert Etudes no. 3 -- Un Sospiro 6 Paganini Etudes no. 1 6 Paganini Etudes no. 2 6 Paganini Etudes no. 3 -- La Campanella 6 Paganini Etudes no. 4 6 Paganini Etudes no. 5 6 Paganini Etudes no. 6 12 Transcendental Etudes no. 1 -- Prelude.
  7. Kakinos
    Transcendental Étude No. 3 in F, "Paysage" (Scenery), is the third of twelve Transcendental Études by Franz Liszt. It is generally considered to be one of the easier studies. The piece suggests a peaceful country scene. It is said that Liszt got the idea of writing this étude while watching the scenery change during a train ride.
  8. Gozuru
    May 26,  · Cabby, I did say that no. 3 of the concert etudes is the easiest. Also, the Paganini etudes have something missing, musically They are much more simple sounding (yes, even including all the chromatic and melodic minor scale flourishes) than the etudes that have Liszt's personal touch and sound obviously present.
  9. Nakinos
    Liszt's idea was to write 24 études, one in each of the 24 major and minor keys. He completed half of the project, and in - Russian composer Sergei Lypaunov wrote his own Transcendental Etudes, Op. 11 using the keys remaining from Liszt's set.

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