Prokofiev – Toccata in D Minor – Wang, Piano
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The left hand bar 9 and similar figure is quite a big jump in that tempo Rowy Member. Amusing, nice modulations, I liked much the first change to Am. An effective piano piece, well done! I find the jump in 71 trickier octave and then triad than the other ones. Hello everyone, sorry to miss your posts. Thank you for the nice words.
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It's good to get feedback. Yes, the left hand part is very difficult to play. I have tried it and I can get it almost up to speed, but I would need more practice. When it's almost up to speed, it does have a dramatic sound though. I started this piece many years back, but couldn't find a way to make it work, then I eventually hit on the descending sixths harmonies in the left hand, which makes the melody in a minor in the r.
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I tried to revise it by making the octave jumps up one octave, but it didn't seem to work and get the sound I wanted. Maybe this piece should become a piano duet instead - but, I believe it can be played up to speed. Yes, Be pretty hard though, and I have done it I would need lots repetitions possibly, very slowly though, of the left and rh together, and then I'd tried it up to speed. If you would like a pdf, please pm me, and I'll send you one.
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