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 Post subject: 3 handed technic of liszt
PostPosted: Thu Jun 22, 2006 6:08 pm 
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hello,

could someone tell me about the 3 handed technic of liszt. Is there an tutorial or something like that about the technic?

Is it the same technic like in Un sospiro (concert etude)?

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no one an Idea?

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I only know Wibi Soejadi uses it in his transcriptions...
It sounds like arpeggios going up with both hands, with a melody in between.

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do you know how to play that? what's the tric?

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 29, 2006 6:05 pm 
this playing with three hands is just an illusion. it is like in liszt's mazeppa etude.
the right hand for example plays a melody, and between the single melody notes it jumps down the keyboard to play some of these thirds. an because of this fast jumping it sounds as if three hands would play

way to practise: slowly jumping all over the keyboard


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 29, 2006 8:10 pm 
It's a nice sound effect. Just get the music you want to play and follow the fingering and go slow. You can play Un Sospiro. I played that one last semester.


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I'm trying to play the sospiro :P

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methodisch_wahnsinniger wrote:
way to practise: slowly jumping all over the keyboard

I would like a video of someone doing that :P
It would probably be the end of the piano...

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 02, 2006 7:51 am 
yeah probably^^
i thought it was obvious that i meant jumping with hands
but indeed a funny idea for a video clip. i might try this in my holidays :-)


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which song is more difficult to play un sospiro or La Campanella? look at da song!

http://youtube.com/watch?v=jLHU2ES51uw& ... %20sospiro

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La campanella is harder (but of course, everything what Hamelin plays looks extremely hard):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8D6y10i ... Campanella

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La campanella is harder (but of course, everything what Hamelin plays looks extremely hard):


I think that it looks very simple if hamelin plays it. :P

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