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accepted How would you train for Chopin's Étude no. 2 op. 10?
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comment Have a note outstand in a pianissimo chord (piano)
@Matthew Read: the problem as you can see it is: how to play it louder, but not too much.
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revised Have a note outstand in a pianissimo chord (piano)
own feeling
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revised Does “extremely slow” mean also “extremely difficult”?
migration to another, separate, question.
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comment Fingering indication for double glissando (Ravel, Alborada del Gracioso)
@Babu: Sorry, you're right, it is from the Miroirs indeed. I wonder what led me to misremember the title.
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comment Does “extremely slow” mean also “extremely difficult”?
One beat a measure and Messiaen are somewhat incompatible. Measures are not in constant time. The only way would be one beat per 32th note… but I could be afraid doing that would break the legato.
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asked Does “extremely slow” mean also “extremely difficult”?