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Top 10 Chopin Preludes for Intermediate Pianists
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Mendelssohn Hope Song without Words Op. Reinecke 2 Sonatinas, Op. Lichner Op. I have piano lessons each week for 30 minutes. It is not on a music school, but I learn piano with a private teacher who is a friend of ours.
I had never thought I'd like classical music, but a few months ago I came across a piece by Chopin It was Nocturne Op. Now which piece by Chopin is good to start with, considering I have 30 minutes of lesson time each week for about 4,5 years? Any help is very much appreciated! Two weeks ago I started practicing and memorizing Waltz No. Posth in A-minor all by myself, and its looking and sounding pretty good, but I keep getting stuck on the E-minor arpeggio can't play it fast. Maybe I should ask my teacher.
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Bettina liked this post. Originally Posted by Smikkelbeer. Last edited by hpowders; Mar at Facts don't care about your feelings. I'm a piano teacher and I try my best to be a "fine" one! When introducing an intermediate student to Chopin's music, I often assign his Cantabile, Op.
It's one of his easier pieces and it's quite short, and it's a good way of getting to know his style before moving on to the larger works. Here's a video of it, synchronized with the score: Other intermediate-level Chopin pieces include: Prelude in E Minor, Op. Good luck with your Chopin studies! A very warm welcome. As you've been told before there are some piano teachers Who can help you in this matter. I just can tell I love the nocturnes. Enjoy Your piano and your youth.
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Bettina , hpowders liked this post. You could actually try his Nocturne Op. I'm not exactly a great pianist, but I like sight-reading piano music, and as I recall, for the most part, that piece wasn't too difficult technically. At least nowhere near the difficulty of the Fantaisie-Impromptu, which I don't think I'll ever be able to play, haha. Last edited by musicrom; Mar at Today is Chopin's birthday!
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