Humoreske, Op. 9, No. 2 by Weissenborn, Julius


The Humoreske from Weissenborn’s Arioso and Humoreske is more difficult than the Arioso. It has a larger range, faster articulation, and more complicated fingering (arpeggio passages). I usually assign them separately due to the discrepancy in difficulty. I have yet to find a public domain version of this piece, although it’s definitely old enough.

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