Category Archives: hardest pieces

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 we’ll talk about the eight pieces of his that are extremely difficult, and listen to a few musical examples.

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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 few musical examples. Let’s get started!

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