Is Liebestraum or Fantaisie Impromptu harder?
If you are better are playing single notes very fast but aren’t too strong on octave leaps, you’ll find Fantasie Impromptu a lot easier. If you have a very strong left hand than right hand, you’ll find Liebestraum easier. It really depends as both are difficult, but utilise many different skills.
Is Liebestraum difficult to play?
Liebestraum (No. 3) is regarded by many non-pianists and amateurs as being the pinnacle of technical difficulty. Actually, it is one of those pieces that is much less difficult than people imagine (another is Rachmaninov’s infamous Prelude in C# minor).
What level is Liebestraum?
Liszt’s Third Liebestraum is no easy task – it’s about a 6.5 on the Henle Scale, or grade 8 piano. It is roughly the same level as Beethoven’s Piano Sonata op.
What piano level is Liszt’s third Liebestraum?
Liszt’s Third Liebestraum is no easy task – it’s about a 6.5 on the Henle Scale, or grade 8 piano. It is roughly the same level as Beethoven’s Piano Sonata op. 10 no. 3.
What is the musical scale of Liebestraum?
On a scale of 1–10, with 10 being extremely advanced, I’d say Liebestraum is around a 7.5. This is based on the technical aspects of the piece as well as the ability to play it with the right nuances and expressions.
How long does it take to learn a piece like Liebestraum?
I think it takes about 3 months give or take to learn a piece like Liebestraum no. 2. I had worked on this piece for two months before bringing it to the Crescendo International Piano Competition (first place) and the American Prodigee International Piano Competition (honorable mention).
Can I learn Liszt’s Liebestraum by myself?
I learnt Liszt’s Liebestraum No.3 all by myself. I have to admit it’s not an easy piece, yet it doesn’t require you to be a virtuoso to be able to play it if you know how to practise those difficult parts.