Is Henle good for Chopin?

Is Henle good for Chopin?

Henle is problematic for Chopin. They’re based (if I remember correctly) on the original German editions, which aren’t as widely accepted. The newer Padrewski editions are supposed to be better than the old ones, but I haven’t really had a chance to compare them.

What is the most difficult Chopin etude?

Étude Op. 25
25, No. 6, in G-sharp minor, is a technical study composed by Frédéric Chopin focusing on thirds, trilling them at a high speed. Also called the Double Thirds Étude, it is considered one of the hardest of Chopin’s 24 Études, ranking the highest level of difficulty according to the Henle difficulty rankings.

Are urtext editions good?

Urtext editions are not only prized by musicians for their authenticity and scholarship, they are also highly regarded for their practicality and thoughtful construction. Both Barenreiter and Henle put great care into practical considerations such as page turns, indexing, clear printing, and paper quality.

Are Henle books good?

Henle not always the best. It is good for Handel, Beethoven, Schubert, and ok for Chopin, Schumann, and some others. Best for Haydn – Wiener Urtext (Landon).

What Chopin etude should I learn?

Op 25 #7 is manageable to most grade 8 level players. Op 10 #3 is also a good one to start with, but unless you are comfortable with 6ths, you may struggle in the middle.

What level is Chopin Revolutionary Etude?

This piece is about grade 15. Take it on when you reach grade 14.

Which is the best edition of Chopin’s Etudes?

This Paderewski edition is considered the standard edition for Chopin’s works by many professional pianists. This book contains the 24 etudes from Op. 10 and Op. 25 and contains 156 pages. This best edition for Chopin is known for its unique performance notes, and the details it gives for how the sources affected the edition.

Which is the correct note in Chopin’s autograph?

When viewing the source commentary of the National Edition, it is stated that in Chopin’s Autograph, First German Edition, and Fontana’s Copy, the note is a B octave. In the French First Edition, it was B to G (wrong), and then corrected it to a G octave.

What kind of music did Frederic Chopin write?

Frederic Chopin was born in 1810 in Poland. Chopin wrote music primarily for the piano. Any serious pianist is expected to play many of Chopin’s works, such as his piano etudes, scherzo, ballades, waltz, polonaise, mazurka, and piano sonatas.

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