On a technical level, Franz Liszt’s Concert Study No. 3 in D-flat Major, “Un Sospiro” is a skillfully delivered magic trick. Its score sprawls onto. Print and download in PDF or MIDI Un Sospiro. S. , No. Un Sospiro sheet music composed by Franz Liszt – 1 of 7 pages. Un Sospiro. Franz Liszt. Un sospiro, for piano in D flat major (Grande études de concert No. 3) , S. /3 (LW A/3). Composition Information ↓; Description ↓; Appears.
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8. Liszt: Un Sospiro
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Liszt – Trois Etudes de Concert No. 3 (Un Sospiro)
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You actually programmed Arrau’s interpretation onto the score! How did you do that? It was nothing smarter than just adding invisible tempo markings to rfanz score wherever Arrau changed the tempo of his playing.
I try to do this with every score I upload, to get away from that “computer-generated” sound. Sometimes it sounds great, other times not so great! That takes immense patience and skill! But you did a fraanz job! It certainly requires patience – I’m not so sure about skill, there is a lot of trial and error, and playing and re-playing tiny passages of the score and the recording, although certain tempo patterns do emerge after a while, especially with the pianists I’m most familiar with Bolet for example and a ‘feel’ can be developed for how quickly to increase or decrease tempo values.
I’d love to find software which could produce some kind of tempo map for a given recording, but until someone comes up with that I’ll have to stick with the manual method.
Besides, getting the phrasing just right can be really satisfying, and I would miss that.
Did you actually attach Arrau’s performance? Great effort into the transcription, but I do suggest adding markings like crescendos, diminuendos, slurs and expressive text.