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The Hardest Piano Music Ever: Debussy Edition

In today’s edition of “The Hardest Piano Music Ever”, we’re going to take a look at Claude Debussy. Three of Debussy’s pieces make the “hardest ever” ranking, classified as a Henle Level 9 (the highest level there is). This is interesting to me, since Debussy’s music in general is for advanced players (he has virtually…

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The Hardest Piano Music Ever: Beethoven Edition

Hi friends! We’re back with another edition of “The Hardest Piano Music Ever”, which spotlights fiendishly difficult piano music. This is as complicated as it gets, the pinnacle of achievement. 99.99% of all piano players will not play this music. Some might try, but most will fail. And on that depressing note, let’s have a…

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The Hardest Piano Music Ever: J.S. Bach Edition

In today’s episode of PianoTV we’ll explore more of the hardest piano music ever, this time with J.S. Bach. We’ve looked at the hardest music of Liszt, Chopin and Rachmaninoff on this channel as well. One difference between Bach and the Romantic composers just mentioned is that they have more individual pieces that are extremely…

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The Hardest Piano Music Ever: Liszt Edition

In today’s episode of PianoTV, we’re going to look at some of the hardest piano music that exists – with the spotlight on Franz Liszt. We’re looking at his solo piano music (no concertos here – though those are obviously very difficult). The majority of these pieces are from his Transcendental Etudes. In this video…

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The Hardest Piano Music Ever: Rachmaninoff Edition

In today’s video, we’re going to explore the hardest piano music, Rachmaninoff edition. Rachmaninoff’s piano repertoire is overwhelmingly in the “difficult” category, and a good number of his pieces could be considered among the most difficult piano music ever. What we’re going to do today is discuss his most difficult music and listen through a…

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