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Liszt T. Etude no 12 B flat Minor

Discussion in 'Repertoire' started by Chopaninoff, Aug 15, 2010.

  1. Chopaninoff

    Chopaninoff New Member

    Jul 8, 2010
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    On page 5 of the edition I am using ... d_2_35.pdf
    starts the chromatic scale in the left hand and does not fit evenly with the right hand. Is this similar to Chopins 24th prelude in D minor, where the right hand scale runs have no EXACT placement for the left hand arpeggios, or does this etude have a specific way to play the chromatic scales that could be fitted with the right hand? sorry my English is not my first language.
    My favorite recordings of this piece are... Berezovksy = Lugansky Cziffra Berman
    Feel free to share your favorite recordings.

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