Scriabinist wrote:How would FI compare to the impromptu in F# Op. 36 in terms of difficulty?
Medtner wrote:Flaming Buttocks of Doom wrote:Hey, don't have to apologise. You can post a recording and prove me well wrong. I would love to be proven wrong on this issue, but as of yet it hasn't happened.
Your name sickens me.
virtuoso_735 wrote:Scriabinist wrote:How would FI compare to the impromptu in F# Op. 36 in terms of difficulty?
I think the F# major impromptu is more difficult as a whole as it contains more technical difficulty and variety, while the FI has mainly cross-rhthyms and fast figurations for the most part.
Helling wrote:The FI, while being a rather dull and uninspired work as far as I'm concerned, is probably one of the most pianistic pieces of Chopin's entire output - sounding difficult while in fact being quite simple to play.
Amnesia wrote:The fact that you would even say that proves you don't know much about the piece at all. Chopin's Fantasie Impromptu is not only an inspirational piece, but it's one of his most challenging pieces to play well. Sure, anyone can play something, but playing it well, the way the composer intended it to be played, is something entirely different.
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