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Frédéric Chopin : Fantaisie Impromptu Op.66 in C-sharp minor
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Why am I seeing this? Uploaded on Sep 21, Pages 10 Duration Me servira para estudiar in situ. But you did a great job with the notes!
I would like it with pedal marks too. Brilliant piece, wish to play it one day although my hands may be a bit too small! fzntaisie
Thank you for posting this wonderful transcription! I am using it at a slower tempo as a great learning guide. Those “x” looking things are called a double sharp. Where regular sharps are a half-step above the written note, the double sharp is a whole step above the written fantasiie. In other words, the written F in measure 5, for example, goes to a G natural, but is written as so as to not confuse G natural with the G sharps that also occur in the same measure.
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I think it’s easier if it doesn’t have the x and just mark as natural and sharp. He did get pretty arrogant there though. It’s as beautiful as Tristesse but so hard! Fataisie me, as a seventh grader, it’s easy, I can sight read it Music Flutist Piano, I don’t agree unless you are a freaking genius or you have not bothered to pass some grades. It’s a song that appears in the Shret syllabus.
Unless kp.66 are like a world class pianist, I doubt that anyone can sight read it. However, if you mean that it sounds like crap, everyone can do it. This song is supposed to be played beautifully.
It does not matter how fast you can play it or something, but you definitely need to practice it. Music Flutist Piano, I’m laughing at that because Sight reading is learned in grade 1 of choin.
James Simons, this song is way too complicated to be sight read by any non-professional. True but I wasn’t talking about this piece, I was talking about sight reading in general.