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Rachmaninoff - Prelude op. 23 no. 5 in G minor

By Sergei Rachmaninoff

Piano Solo - Intermediate - Digital Download
Composed by Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943). Arranged by Various. 20th Century, Romantic Period. 8 pages. Published by Classical One (S0.158543).

Item Number: S0.158543

Rachmaninoff -  Prelude op. 23 no. 5 in G minor.

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  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Dr Darryl HA Schroeder
    - East London, South Africa
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  • 2018-05-22 07:18:05.0 A departure from the famous C# Minor

    When requested to once again play his most well-known Prelude, Rachmaninov on one occasion remarked, ``I have composed other works, you know'', and proceeded to perform the work in an obviously less than willing mood, as can be heard from the only recording of that piece at a tempo...

    and volume rather exceeding what is customarily expected. The No. 5, however, is a strict alla marcia rhythm which reflects the composer's Russian origins. It is, as usual, carefully written for the virtuoso alone, and deserves to be practised to perfection in order to appreciate its exciting, vibrant quality. This Prelude is a delight to play, and it comes highly recommended.

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