Liszt's Valse Melancolique

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Liszt's Valse Melancolique

Postby chopinman0901 » Tue Nov 21, 2006 12:55 am

I am absolutely in love with this piece! I'm suprised at how unnoticed this is. I find it to be very... Chopinesque, but yet with some hints of Lisztian (is that how you say it?) flair. I have searched on every single sheet music/music book ordering website, and I can't find the piece anywhere. I really wish that there was a Liszt Waltz book so I could learn them.

I also read somewhere that this was the second in a set of 2 Caprice-Waltzes by him. Anyone know the name of the other one? I think that it might be something like Valse Bravura or Petite Valse Favorite, I'm not sure. Anyway tell me if you know of a publisher that has produced a book of this piece.

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Postby toki » Mon Dec 11, 2006 4:19 am

You can find a copy of the sheet music here: ... C_Franz%29

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