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  1. Terez

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    Yeah, I know it, and yeah, it's awesome...but it's far from the easiest etude. :p Those left hand runs are no joke...either the little ones or the big ones. :D
     
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    I know what you mean. All of those runs are giving me trouble. If Chopin is 'up there' listening, he probably has his fingers in his ears, because I'm pretty terrible. :lol:
     
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    Be especially careful on the second page (every edition I've ever seen has the same page divisions) - it's highly chromatic, and an easy spot to make reading errors. lol...I'm sure you knew that already, but I've heard this performed with apparent reading errors that became habitual several times by several different pianists.
     
  4. Anonymous

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    Hi! I'm new to the forum but i have been visiting piano society for a year now.

    Currently among many things I am working on the 1st and 2nd mvts of Mozarts Sonata K.333, i've already got the third down. I am also learning the 2nd mvt of Beethoven's Sonata No. 27 op 90.

    I have my senior recital in late may where i am going to playing "Three Preludes" by Kent Kennan and "The White Peacock" by Griffes. I am going to need all the luck i can get with the last two! :wink:
     
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    You wouldn't happen to be a student at Loyola, would you?

    Pete
     

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