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#1028823 - 10/20/07 11:49 PM Chopin Etudes Discussion
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Yep, another Chopin thread!

LisztAddict, Frycek, this is the thread you requested.

This is inspired by the Preludes Recital. If the latter was Triple-A, this is the bigs...

When:[/b]

17 October 2008

Program to-date:[/b]

hopinmad: 10/1
sotto voce: 10/2
Peyton: 10/3
sotto voce: 10/4
chopin952 : 10/5 backup: hopinmad
Elene: 10/6
sotto voce: 10/7
Ragnhild: 10/8
Piano*Son: 10/9
Numerian: 10/10
Bernard: 10/11
Frycek: 10/12
jazzyprof: 25/1
Available: 25/2
Brian13: 25/3
LisztAddict: 25/4
Available: 25/5
gerg: 25/6
Piano Again: 25/7
Phlebas: 25/8
chopin952: 25/9
Celt: 25/10
LisztAddict (!!!): 25/11
YD: 25/12
Elene: Trois Nouvelles #1 backup: YD
Available: Trois Nouvelles #2
greywullf: Trois Nouvelles #3 in A-flat

We have one year.

(and I'm keeping a large supply of glucosamine on-"hand".)

All are welcomed - one performer per piece. We are not trying for the whole set.

edit by YD: Since I hear that gerg is not involved in this, I will edit the list as it evolves
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#1028824 - 10/21/07 12:06 AM Re: Chopin Etudes Discussion
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25/4

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#1028825 - 10/21/07 12:34 AM Re: Chopin Etudes Discussion
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I'm not an adult beginner but may I please take part in this.

me: 10/4
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#1028826 - 10/21/07 12:37 AM Re: Chopin Etudes Discussion
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I want to take this opportunity to welcome both Balakirev and Amelialw.

Balakirev is new to PianoWorld. A warm "welcome" to you!

Amelialw is an extremely accomplished pianist with professional ambitions. It is an honor to have you join us!
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#1028827 - 10/21/07 12:40 AM Re: Chopin Etudes Discussion
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thanks! i will join in then \:\)
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#1028828 - 10/21/07 12:42 AM Re: Chopin Etudes Discussion
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Amelia, you and I have never crossed paths here until now but I have read your contributions with great interest and have visited your website in the past.
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#1028829 - 10/21/07 12:44 AM Re: Chopin Etudes Discussion
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I'll give 25.2 a try - but not making any promises. One full year, right?
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#1028830 - 10/21/07 12:51 AM Re: Chopin Etudes Discussion
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25.2 is yours \:\)
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#1028831 - 10/21/07 12:55 AM Re: Chopin Etudes Discussion
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I'll take 25/12 - Ocean
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#1028832 - 10/21/07 01:02 AM Re: Chopin Etudes Discussion
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A beautiful piece. It's yours \:\)
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#1028833 - 10/21/07 01:03 AM Re: Chopin Etudes Discussion
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Balakirev is new to PianoWorld. A warm "weclcome" to you!
I'm not really new. But thanks for the welcome!

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#1028834 - 10/21/07 01:09 AM Re: Chopin Etudes Discussion
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My apologies, and also apologies for the typo.

Your avatar said Junior Member; I didn't bother to check your sign-up date...

At any rate, you are on for 10.2 a year from now.
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#1028835 - 10/21/07 05:19 AM Re: Chopin Etudes Discussion
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#1028836 - 10/21/07 09:00 AM Re: Chopin Etudes Discussion
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I might tackle 10/6
The slowest one I could find!!! \:D

I'll withdraw within a week if I start and changed my mind.
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#1028837 - 10/21/07 09:26 AM Re: Chopin Etudes Discussion
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Good Luck to All of You! I think it is a lofty and ambitious goal, and I know Chopin will be "looking over your shoulder," if you let him.

Remember his quote:
Practice is the best teacher...
Time is the best critic.... \:\)

My best,
Kathleen
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#1028838 - 10/21/07 09:27 AM Re: Chopin Etudes Discussion
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Wow. This was posted really quickly.

I'm torn between op.25 nos 3 5 10 and 11.

Anybody want to offer any input that will help me choose?
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#1028839 - 10/21/07 10:07 AM Re: Chopin Etudes Discussion
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All I know is that Op 25 nr 11 (Winter Wind) is considered extremely difficult. I had a bit of a go at it a couple of weeks ago, just checking it out. I backed away in awe. I wasn't nearly ready to approach it and won't be for quite awhile.
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#1028840 - 10/21/07 10:56 AM Re: Chopin Etudes Discussion
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I think I might try out Op.10 number 1. I've played through it a couple times. It's going to take ALOT of work though.

This is a great idea!

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#1028841 - 10/21/07 01:23 PM Re: Chopin Etudes Discussion
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Originally posted by gerg:
Amelia, you and I have never crossed paths here until now but I have read your contributions with great interest and have visited your website in the past. [/b]
haha...that's funny and very true, haven't noticed you in the forums before either. Oh thank you!

is'nt anyone going to attempt to learn 10/8?
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#1028842 - 10/21/07 02:54 PM Re: Chopin Etudes Discussion
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I'm really having trouble here. I'd be good at 25/10, but I'd love the challenge of no.11.

I probably would have gone with 25.12 if YD hadn't taken it. C minor is my favourite key. I've also read through the first couple of bars. Good stuff.
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#1028843 - 10/21/07 03:55 PM Re: Chopin Etudes Discussion
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Why not begin them both and give 25/11 some intensive effort, see where you get and then make up your mind.
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#1028844 - 10/21/07 04:01 PM Re: Chopin Etudes Discussion
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I'm not thatgood, but I'll give it a try. I do have access to the Cortot editions, I've heard they're pretty good.
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#1028845 - 10/21/07 04:13 PM Re: Chopin Etudes Discussion
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Originally posted by Debussy20:
I think I might try out Op.10 number 1. I've played through it a couple times. It's going to take ALOT of work though.

This is a great idea! [/b]
Wow,10/1 is definitely the most challenging of them all as far as I am concerned; you are probably among very few on this forum who could pull this off.

playadom: sorry for snapping the 25/12 from you; you see, C minor is my favorite key too. I may take a stab at Winter Wind too; maybe one of us could pull it off (it's a whole year, after all). I played through the first page or so; it is definitely a challenge, but less so than 10/1 - there my right hand hurts just from looking at it :-)
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#1028846 - 10/21/07 04:43 PM Re: Chopin Etudes Discussion
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YD: We seem to have similar musical tastes. Interesting...

I'd probably benefit a lot more from 25/11 because I'm already really good with octaves.

I do have a year after all..
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#1028847 - 10/21/07 08:30 PM Re: Chopin Etudes Discussion
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Playadom, why don't you give it a week or two following Frycek's suggestion (play with both), and we'll "reserve" 25/11 for you for that time? Sans a flood of interest from Pianist's Corner, I don't see anyone clamoring to play it anyway.
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#1028848 - 10/21/07 09:23 PM Re: Chopin Etudes Discussion
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Debussy20: 10/1 added to your queue.

Shoot, we've almost got half of these beasties assigned!

Let's approach this with great humility and determination. For many of us this will be a real test - test of ability to learn how to acquire technique, and test of our perseverance.
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#1028849 - 10/21/07 09:24 PM Re: Chopin Etudes Discussion
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And in my case, trying to do justice to one of the most beautiful melodies ever composed.
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#1028850 - 10/21/07 09:32 PM Re: Chopin Etudes Discussion
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Theowne, I agree with you, strongly. 10/3, Ave Maria, 10/3, Ave Maria. It's that beautiful.
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#1028851 - 10/21/07 09:49 PM Re: Chopin Etudes Discussion
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I think I'll give them both a try for a week or two. See how things turn out.
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#1028852 - 10/21/07 09:51 PM Re: Chopin Etudes Discussion
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Originally posted by YD:
 Quote:
Originally posted by Debussy20:
I think I might try out Op.10 number 1. I've played through it a couple times. It's going to take ALOT of work though.

This is a great idea! [/b]
Wow,10/1 is definitely the most challenging of them all as far as I am concerned; you are probably among very few on this forum who could pull this off.

playadom: sorry for snapping the 25/12 from you; you see, C minor is my favorite key too. I may take a stab at Winter Wind too; maybe one of us could pull it off (it's a whole year, after all). I played through the first page or so; it is definitely a challenge, but less so than 10/1 - there my right hand hurts just from looking at it :-) [/b]
YD: I have always hated scales and loved arps! I started this a little while ago and I've about got the first 1/5 up to speed and memorized. The rest needs some work... \:D Getting everything even and up to speed may be a challenge!

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