Feux follets Lyrics: Instrumental. Feux follets. Franz Liszt “Feux follets” Track Info. Written By Franz Liszt. Music Video.

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There is no end of learning. Quote Originally posted by Palindrome: But work your way up to them.

Solutions concerning technique and interpretation

These two pieces and their associated problems with double notes keep coming up for discussion in all sorts of places. So if I describe what helped me light staccato, various groupings, hand positions, accents, use of practice clavier etc etc it may even exacerbate rather than solve your problem.

This helps with accuracy because what ljszt are doing is just playing the same arpeggio at different places on the keyboard. It is this last version, fromthat is most often performed. The moment you feel pain, you have to quit practicing and relax your hands. Sometimes it is just genetic. Help improve my ear and vocabulary!

Quote Originally posted lisat Chopin I am from Turkey.

Transcendental √Čtude No. 5 (Liszt)

I am a big fan of etudes myself excluding all the Bergmuller and Kabalevsky crap of coursebut I’m at the very bottom of the ladder, just starting to work my way thru the Chopin’s op Slenczynska then learned the piece, using “hand positions that would have made Leschetizky blanch,” but we don’t really know what her performance sounded like.


I am an amateur pianist too. This page was last edited on 17 Decemberat It’s next to impossible to help someone at a distance with this sort of thing.

I went through almost all the Czerny etudes, scales, arpeggios, I even studied Hanon and several study books of Beniamino Cesi extensively in my early years. Is it not more important to accommodate and understand the musical beauty of a work and gradually bring your technique into harmony with the overall vision, instead of worrying about whether you can run a four minute mile as well as Peter Snell? Having tried that on the first fwux of the etude, I think it makes a lot of sense.

Do you really like them musically or do you just want to feel you can do whatever those famous people do? Also in the third movement of his 3 concerto foollets halfway throughthere’s a passage in double notes that sounds just like that too. foloets

Views Read Edit View history. This article about a classical composition is a stub. Anyway, Liszt’s teacher was Czerny as you might know. New Topics – Multiple Forums. Did you start both hands together, or one at a time? For the natural phenomenon of ‘ghostly lights’, see Will-o’-the-wisp.


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Did you know that Lhevinne studied op 25 no 6 for ten years before playing it in public? IMO, this is quite a feat. Richter can play feux follets at about speed.

Happy New Year ! So please be patient, work it very slow at first and don’t injure your fingers.

I can play it at Well I think the ones in Feux-Follets are much more diverse and difficult as well. Rach probably admired that piece a lot. I am curious about how you practiced Op25 N12, because I am about to start working on it soon. Does it really matter how fast you can play double notes beyond a certain point?

In addition, the passages are often asymmetrical and unpredictable. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Most Online 15, Mar 21st, But for your information: Forums 40 TopicsPosts 2, Members 91, It reaches several climaxes that are technically demanding and ends in pianissimo arpeggios. Thanks a lot for your pointers about