|Difficulty||UK grade 9 (diploma level)|
|Exam board||Trinity Guildhall|
The Five Études in Different Intervals op. 68 present the pianist with a treatise on twentieth-century virtuoso piano technique, written in an idiosyncratic and often highly amusing vein, that hold the player and audience completely in thrall from start to finish. A huge technique is required to play these pieces well, but the result is most certainly worth the effort. As usual, Kapustin leaves it to the performer to work out the best fingering to use, but unfortunately any suggestions are way beyond our editorial capabilities!
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