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The organ touch could now be made as light as that of a pianoforte, much lighter than ever before.
Music, especially singing and the pianoforte, is almost in a more degraded position than painting.
They decided to engage as pianoforte teacher a young lady called Marie Markovna Palchikov.
Thanks to her, he learnt to know the whole of Don Giovanni, and was never tired of reading the pianoforte score.
The future composer had no alternative but to study these works in pianoforte arrangements.
Tchaikovsky and Laroche met for the first time in October, 1862, at the class of the professor of pianoforte, Gerke.
My musical situation is as follows: Two of my pianoforte pieces are to be published in a day or two.
In the orchestration of the aria from Undine, he says, the pianoforte plays an important and really beautiful part.
His strength is robust, so that he does his ordinary work as a pianoforte maker.
I am now completely absorbed in the composition of a pianoforte concerto.

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