Liszt Etude Transcendental No.10 in F minor "Allegro agitato molto"
The 12 Transcendental Studies are among the most difficult pieces for piano ever written. Schumann declared that they were playable by "at the most, ten or twelve players in the world."
No.10 in F minor (Appassionata) inspires its nickname from its dramatic theme and audacious virtuosity. It is supposed as well that the name could come from the explosive coda which is modelled after the coda in the finale of Beethoven's Opus 57 “Appassionata”.