Feux d’artifice (Preludes, Book II, 1910 – 1912)


I haven’t had a chance to write this piece up yet, but feel free to start the discussion in the comments!

One comment on “Feux d’artifice (Preludes, Book II, 1910 – 1912)

  1. Tim Stuart says:

    Just started learning this piece. Is it me, or is it perhaps not quite as challenging as it looks? It’s going to be hard to LEARN the notes and to commit the hand and finger movements to memory, not to mention getting hold of the musicality, but the sheer technical difficulty of getting my fingers on top of the music seems to be not so problematic as some other pieces by the composer and his contemporaries. Perhaps I’ll learn better when I get into it!

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