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    The etudes of Czerny and Chopin, and some compositions of Beethoven have very fast metronome marks. How is it possible to play this, and how does it sound so fast?

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    These type of composistions are for very gifted and advanced players. Many years of Piano study are required to play them.  Playing these, "fast" is like learning how to "type" , fast...... the more you do it, the more you can. When a player learns these, they learn one hand at a time and then they put them together.  They use a Metronome to help them to go from slow to fast. 

    Hi. Not into classical music, though I appreciate the music very much, more into old style Beethoven's moonlight sonata but here you can find out how these metronome marks are played. It is a music forum


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