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Gargoyles

Gargoyles (For Piano). Composed by Lowell Liebermann. Piano. For solo piano. Premiered by Eric Himy on October 14, 1989 at Alice Tully Hall, New York City. Classical. SMP Level 10 (Advanced). Single piece. Standard notation. Composed MAY 5 1989. Opus 29. 20 pages. Duration 13h. Published by Theodore Presser Company (PR.410412890).

ISBN 093400983X. With Standard notation. classical. 9x12 inches.

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Very advanced level, very difficult note reading, frequent time signature changes, virtuosic level technical facility needed.

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  • July 02, 2012 Contempary

    Very interesting piece. Stephen Hough recorded this. That is How I got interested in the piece

    9 of 18 people found this review helpful.
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  • December 09, 2011 Very traditional show pieces

    This is one of Liebermann's most often performed pieces, and it's no wonder: of the four, three are brilliant virtuoso show pieces. But so traditional! No. 3 could have been written by Debussy. No. 4 owes nearly everything to Liszt. No. 1 is the kind of demonic march...

    that Bartok made famous, but Liszt and Reger pioneered. Liebermann's music is showy and effective but diffuse: even when the energy level is so high, the pieces lose momentum because of lack of concision or an absence of sharp edges. Compare the first piece here to Bartok's Op. 14 or the Allegro Barbaro, or some of Liszt's late Csardas pieces -- or to Sebastian Currier's much more energetic "Scarlatti Cadences." Given that the fourth piece, especially, requires technique on the order of the "Transcendental Etudes," are they really the best choice for hours of practicing?

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    15 of 34 people found this review helpful.
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  • 5

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  • January 04, 2008 Brilliant Virtuoso Work!

    This set of 4 Gargoyles is wonderful. Each piece depicts a different gargoyle and is an etude in effect. They are very difficult as a whole and there are no fingerings given throughout the whole book. They are difficult to learn but very impressive when mastered.

    32 of 55 people found this review helpful.
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  • 5

    Location:
    Huntington Beach, CA
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    Advanced
  • September 27, 2007 This song is growing on me

    Im playing this song as my contemporary piece for my college audition and it was recommended by the music director at USC. Its very strang but very fun to play im only through the 1st and 2nd movements tho. If you start it and dont really like it keep with...

    it its a great song.

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    24 of 56 people found this review helpful.
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  • 5

    Location:
    California
    Difficulty Level:
    Advanced
  • February 16, 2007 Amazing!

    Very difficult...but it's cool! The third and fourth movements are my absolute favorite! ...now to try to learn them!

    22 of 53 people found this review helpful.
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