Fingering on Fantaisie-Impromptu?



Asked by: Tameka Barber

Why is Fantaisie-Impromptu so difficult?





In this instance, one of the hardest things about the fantaisie-impromptu is the fact that it involves simple time in one hand, played against compound time in the other.

Is Fantasie Impromptu impressive?

Chopin’s great Opus 66 is a colossus of the piano repertoire. So obviously this Australian pianist has recorded a version on melodica. Jonathan Ong has spent years honing his pianistic craft.

Can you play Fantasie Impromptu with small hands?

Re: Left hand in Chopin Fantasie Impromptu



I would only suggest 5-3-1-2-1-3 if you have a particularly small hand and have trouble with 5-3-2-1-2-3. The LH is supposed to be very fluid, and having a crossing could take away from that.

Is Fantasie Impromptu harder than winter wind?

Fantaisie impromptu is infinitely easier. Winter wind isn’t quite as difficult as it first sounds… but its still extremely advanced. The impromptu is much more manageable.

What is the hardest Chopin piece?





25, No. 6, in G-sharp minor, is a technical study composed by Frédéric Chopin focusing on thirds, trilling them at a high speed. Also called the Double Thirds Étude, it is considered one of the hardest of Chopin’s 24 Études, ranking the highest level of difficulty according to the Henle difficulty rankings.

How long does it take to learn Fantasie Impromptu?

I’d expect you can probably learn the whole piece in 3 to 6 months. Perhaps faster depending on your ability and how much time you have to practise.

Is Fantasie Impromptu Grade 8?

On my opinion, it is at least Grade 8. But he can play this song just learning for 3 weeks! Moreover, he has never played a piece with 4 against 3 before! He doesn’t have any major problems in my music teacher and my eyes, except he can be a bit more emotional when he is playing.

How do you practice Fantaisie Impromptu?

I would use an a g-sharp. And do just that rhythm on one note while playing the left hand stuff in the notes that are in the piece C sharp G sharp C sharp. And back down good that's right exactly.

How do you play Chopin?

Also you should know the first score of the scale which is d flat d flat f and a flat. Now from there we're gonna do the inversion so we're gonna have the first inversion here.



Is Chopin Piano smaller?

It is interesting to note that many great composers like Mozart, Chopin and Beethoven had used keyboards smaller than the current standard size. Thus, many of their repertoires covered the full range use of the keyboard that is usually taxing for modern pianists whose hands are smaller to perform them.

How do you play trills in Chopin?

Here it is by having the second f with the chord. Pianists play that both ways our next ornament is in measure seven it's a trill.