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 Post subject: Bach Eflat Major WTK and Liadov Prelude Op. 10
PostPosted: Fri Jul 28, 2006 10:02 pm 
Chris,

How come you didn't make a post for these? I really like them both.
Liadov prelude sounds like a nice encore piece.

Anyway I was wondering. Is the prelude and fugue in Eflat
hard? Those trills sound hard. I need to pick one
and get started my senior recital is next semester.
I'm sick of thinking about it I just need to pick one and play.
But I don't want to do the over-done ones like C major/c minor


-Justin

Ps Where's the third Liadov? Is it hard? Gimme the score I'll
do it!


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 Post subject: Re: Bach Eflat Major WTK and Liadov Prelude Op. 10
PostPosted: Sat Jul 29, 2006 5:52 am 
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How come you didn't make a post for these?

But I did ! You seem to habe missed it.

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Anyway I was wondering. Is the prelude and fugue in Eflat
hard? Those trills sound hard.

They are pretty tricky, not the most difficult ones in WTC but quite a handful. Yes these trills are hard because you have the melody line to play as well, and I think they mine are not very clean when you'd listen up close. But passable - partly thanks to the high tempo.

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Ps Where's the third Liadov? Is it hard? Gimme the score I'll
do it!

What third Liadov ???

In general Liadov is not too hard but it's easy to underestimate, and he can be quite cruel at times, like Beethoven suddenly springing some near-impossible task upon you. It's always worth the effort I think.

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PostPosted: Sat Jul 29, 2006 3:24 pm 
The third Liadov meaning I thought it said OP. 10 three pieces and there's only two


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 29, 2006 4:42 pm 
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Ah right THAT third one !
Another great Mazurka, I'm working on it. Should be recording it soon now.

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