It's the Étude #1 composed by Frédérik Chopin. It's, in my opinion, very difficult because you have to play the arpeggios very fast and it's hard to keep a continuity between them. For me, this is one of the most difficult Chopin's Études.
It receives the name of "Waterfall Étude" because of the descendant arpeggios that seem a musical waterfall (at least, I interpret this surname like that LOL!)
Well, here you have my performance of this Étude. I hope you like it!
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--top/highest left-hand chord note together with right?
--bottom/lowest left-hand chord note together with right?
In measure 22 of Prelude Op. 28 No. 2, there is a right-hand chord roll and an octave in the left hand. How is this played?
--top/highest right-hand chord note together with left-hand octave?
--bottom/lowest right-hand chord note together with left-hand octave?
In measure 8 of Prelude Op. 28 No. 3, there is a right hand chord roll, and a single left-hand note.
In measure 71, Prelude in C# minor, Opus 45 there is a right-hand chord roll with a grace note before it, representing the lowest chord note. There is a tied note in the left-hand. How is this played?