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Title : Bijinesumantositeosaeteokubekikagakunochisiki Japanese Edition Rating :. Download Read Online. Tara Leigh I was worry at first time when I got redirected to the membership site. Personally, I've always found Satie's Trois Gymnopedies one of the most beautiful and difficult songs to master, despite its simplicity. It evokes such emotion and demands such nuance with no bombastic flourishes.
It's definitely up there for me. Very dramatic and intense. Most versions are played faster than the following link, but I prefer the slow one to increase the drama. The text in the video is wrong.
Liszt's piano transcription of Schubert's Ave Maria. This is the only piece that jumps to the forefront of my mind as a definite contender for most beautiful piano piece, while others require more thought and deliberation. Danny boy by Bill Evans. But classically, Chopin's etude op 25 no 1. Debussy - Prelude from Suite Bergamasque.
Gaspard de la Nuit - Ravel. Scriabin - Vers La Flamme. I didn't think anyone would post that Rach! I just learned it for an audition and wrote a semiotic analysis paper on it, if you'd be interested. IMO his most beautiful prelude.
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I would be interested actually, I am learning this prelude at the moment. Could you send me a link? Hope you enjoy and let me know if you have any comments! It kind of reminds me of his later symphonic works and Isle of the Dead. Just the build and release that we know and love. That cadenza after that bold section is so light, makes me think of floating on water. Erik Satie - Gnossienne No. I'm pretty sure Chris Martin was the only one who wrote it. I think one of the reasons it had such an impact on my was the video where I heard it for the first time:.
The combination is one of the most beautiful things I've ever seen and I doubt I will ever forget it. I mean what's an Xart? David Nevue - Stargazing.
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Melancolie by Francis Poulenc http: Noturnno by Grieg has to be my favorite. It's a song that you can put a lot of emotion into and it's so much fun to play.
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Is there a difference between "beautiful piece" and "favorite piece"? My favorite is Chopin Op. I'm surprised that hasn't been named yet. I'll always have a soft spot for Prelude 13 by Chopin. The piano in Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. I also love Fantasie Impromptu this version has some mistakes, but I still think she plays it well.