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  • Chopin - Nocturne op.9 No.2

    Duration: 5:30 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    Chopin - Nocturne op.9 No.2

    Nocturne in E-flat major, Op. 9, No. 2 Played by Vadim Chaimovich ( FB-Vadim: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Fan page: Chopin composed his popular Nocturne in E-flat major, Op. 9, No. 2 when he was about twenty. This popular nocturne is in rounded binary form (A, A, B, A, B, A) with coda, C. The A and B sections become increasingly ornamented with each recurrence. The penultimate bar utilizes considerable rhythmic freedom, indicated by the instruction, senza tempo (without tempo). Nocturne in E-flat major opens with a legato melody, mostly played piano, containing graceful upward leaps which becomes increasingly wide as the line unfolds. This melody is heard again three times during the piece. With each repetition, it is varied by ever more elaborate decorative tones and trills. The nocturne also includes a subordinate melody, which is played with rubato.

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  • Frédéric Chopin - Nocturne

    Duration: 4:19 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    Frédéric Chopin - Nocturne

    Esta obra para piano de Chopin describe una noche en calma.


  • Frédéric Chopin - Prelude in E-Minor (op.28 no. 4)

    Duration: 3:45 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    Frédéric Chopin - Prelude in E-Minor op.28 no. 4

    Frédéric Chopin-Prelude in E-Minor (op.28 no. 4) Played by: Aldona Dvarionaite Fryderyk Chopin (Polish: Fryderyk [Franciszek] Chopin, sometimes Szopen; French: Frédéric [François] Chopin;March 1, 1810 -- October 17, 1849) was a Polish virtuoso pianist and piano composer of the Romantic period. He is widely regarded as the greatest Polish composer, and one of the most influential composers for piano in the 19th century. Chopin was a genius of universal appeal. His music conquers the most diverse audiences. When the first notes of Chopin sound through the concert hall there is a happy sigh of recognition. All over the world men and women know his music. They love it. They are moved by it. Yet it is not "Romantic music" in the Byronic sense. It does not tell stories or paint pictures. It is expressive and personal, but still a pure art. Even in this abstract atomic age, where emotion is not fashionable, Chopin endures. His music is the universal language of human communication. When I play Chopin I know I speak directly to the hearts of people! Chopin's music for the piano combined a unique rhythmic sense (particularly his use of rubato), frequent use of chromaticism, and counterpoint. This mixture produces a particularly fragile sound in the melody and the harmony, which are nonetheless underpinned by solid and interesting harmonic techniques. He took the new salon genre of the nocturne, invented by Irish composer John Field, to a deeper level of sophistication. Three of his twenty-one nocturnes were only published after his death in 1849, contrary to his wishes.He also endowed popular dance forms, such as the Polish mazurka and the waltz, Viennese Waltz, with a greater range of melody and expression. Chopin was the first to write ballades and scherzi as individual pieces. Chopin also took the example of Bach's preludes and fugues, transforming the genre in his own preludes. Chopin was born in the village of Żelazowa Wola, in the Duchy of Warsaw, to a Polish mother and French-expatriate father and came to be regarded as a child-prodigy pianist. In November 1830, at the age of twenty, Chopin went abroad. After the suppression of the Polish 1830--31 Uprising, he became one of the many expatriates of the Polish Great Emigration. In Paris he made a comfortable living as composer and piano teacher, while giving few public performances. A great Polish patriot, in France he used the French version of his given name and, to avoid having to rely on Imperial Russian documents, eventually became a French citizen.After some ill-fated romantic involvements with Polish ladies, from 1837 to 1847 he conducted a turbulent relationship with the French writer George Sand (Aurore Dudevant). Always in frail health, at 39 in Paris he succumbed to pulmonary tuberculosis. Chopin's extant compositions all include the piano, predominantly alone or as a solo instrument among others. Though his music is technically demanding, its style emphasizes nuance and expressive depth rather than technical virtuosity. Chopin invented new musical forms such as the ballade,and made major innovations to existing forms such as the piano sonata, waltz, nocturne, étude, impromptu, and prelude. His works are mainstays of Romanticism in 19th-century classical music. His mazurkas and polonaises remain the cornerstone of Polish national classical music. [from Wikipedia]

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  • Frederic Chopin Fantaisie Impromptu in C sharp minor, Op 66

    Duration: 6:58 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    Frederic Chopin Fantaisie Impromptu in C sharp minor, Op 66

    Anastasia Huppmann LIVE in Vienna, Barock Saal im Alten Rathaus Frédéric Chopin's Fantaisie-Impromptu in C-sharp minor, Op. posth. 66, is a solo piano composition. The Frederic Chopin Fantaisie Impromptu was composed in 1834 and published posthumously in 1855 although he had instructed that none of his unpublished manuscripts should be published. Despite negative comments, the Fantaisie-Impromptu is one of Chopin's most frequently performed and popular compositions. Frederic Chopin Fantaisie Impromptu played by Anastasia Huppmann. Visite: facebook: twitter: instagram:

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  • Polonaise (Opus 53) - Frédéric Chopin [Piano Tutorial] (Synthesia)

    Duration: 6:01 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    Polonaise Opus 53 - Frédéric Chopin Piano Tutorial Synthesia

    ► Beginner? Try this free iTunes App: ► Learn piano songs quick and easy: ► Support me on Patreon: ► Facebook: ► Twitter: ► Make Requests: ► My Music: A joyful Polonaise by Frédéric Chopin. I hope you like it :). The MIDI was made by Bernd Krueger at the website: The sheets was made by The Mutopia Project ( Composer(s): Frédéric Chopin Original Music: Frédéric Chopin © (1842)

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  • Chopin - Spring Waltz (Mariage d'Amour) [Please Read Description]

    Duration: 5:12 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    Chopin - Spring Waltz Mariage d'Amour Please Read Description

    🌟Disclaimer: This piece is also known as Mariage D'amoure by Paul de Senneville. ''Chopin - Spring Waltz'' is just a pseudonym. Chopin hasn't written this piece. I uploaded this piece when I, just like you, didn't know the truth that this piece is not by Chopin! But... Unfortunately, if I'll change the name of this video to the correct one, other videos with name "Chopin Spring Waltz" will rise on top(there's hundreds of them!), so I put this disclaimer on top of description of the most popular video. I truly didn't want to pour misinformation around. I'm genuinely sorry for inconveniences it caused to you... :( 🔥Learn Piano THE EASIEST WAY! ► 🔥Learn ALL OF YOUR FAVORITE SONGS On Piano! ► 🌟I'm giving away free sheet music in my videos, but transcribing sheets takes lots of time. If you want to support me so I can make more quality sheet music this is the way► 🌟Free Sheet Music ► 🌟Subscribe for more cool piano covers, sheet music and tutorials! :) ► 🌟Twitter ► 🌟Facebook ► 🌟Help me by donating :) ► 🌟Lyrics: (not available) 🌟Gear: Yamaha DGX-650 Nikon D5300 Synthesia Stereo Audio Cable PC 🌟Song: Performed by Toms Mucenieks Enjoy! ;)

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  • Krystian Zimerman - Chopin - Ballade No. 1 in G minor, Op. 23

    Duration: 9:11 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    Krystian Zimerman - Chopin - Ballade No. 1 in G minor, Op. 23

    Frederic Chopin Ballade No. 1 in G minor, Op. 23 Krystian Zimerman, piano

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  • Chopin Ballade No. 1 in G minor, Op 23

    Duration: 9:18 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    Chopin Ballade No. 1 in G minor, Op 23

    Frédéric Chopin's four Ballades are one-movement pieces for solo piano, composed between 1835 and 1842 in various parts of France and Spain. They are some of the most challenging pieces in the standard piano repertoire. The term "ballade" was associated with French poetry until the mid-19th century, when Chopin was among the first to pioneer the ballade as a musical form. The influence for these four Ballades is claimed to be the poet Adam Mickiewicz. The exact inspiration for each individual Ballade, however, is unclear and disputed. It is clear, however, that they are a novel innovation of Chopin's, and that the Ballades cannot be placed into another (e.g. the sonata) form. The Ballades have also directly influenced composers such as Franz Liszt and Johannes Brahms who, after Chopin, wrote Ballades of their own. Besides the sharing of the title, the four ballades are distinct entities from each other. According to composer and music critic Louis Ehlert, "Each [Ballade] differs entirely from the others, and they have but one thing in common -- their romantic working out and the nobility of their motives." The four ballades are among the most enduring of Chopin's compositions, and are frequently heard in concerts today. The Ballade No. 1 in G minor Op. 23 is the first of Frédéric Chopin's four ballades. It was composed in 1835-36 during the composer's early days in Paris and was dedicated to Monsieur le Baron de Stockhausen, Hanoverian ambassador to France, and reportedly inspired by Adam Mickiewicz's poem Konrad Wallenrod. Chopin seemed to have been fond of the piece; in a letter to Heinrich Dorn, Robert Schumann commented that, "I received a new Ballade from Chopin. It seems to be a work closest to his genius (although not the most ingenious) and I told him that I like it best of all his compositions. After quite a lengthy silence he replied with emphasis, 'I am happy to hear this since I too like it most and hold it dearest.'" The piece begins with a brief introduction which is thematically unrelated to the rest of the piece. It ends with a dissonant left hand chord D, G, and E-flat. Though Chopin's original manuscript clearly marks an E-flat as the top note, the chord has caused some degree of controversy, and thus, some versions of the work - such as the Klindworth edition - include D, G, D as an ossia. The main section of the ballade is built from two main themes. The brief introduction fades into the first theme, introduced at measure 7. After some elaboration, the second theme is introduced softly at measure 69. This theme is also elaborated on. Both themes then return in different keys, and the first theme finally returns again in the same key, albeit with an altered left hand accompaniment. A thundering chord introduces the coda, marked Presto con fuoco, which ends the piece. As a whole, the piece is structurally complex and not strictly confined to any particular form, but incorporates ideas from mainly the sonata and variation forms. Technically, many passages of the ballade require rapid scales, very fast and large chords, octaves, and difficult fingerings. A distinguishing feature of the Ballade No. 1 is its time signature. While all the other ballades are written in strict compound duple time, with a 6/8 time signature, this ballade bears deviations from this. The introduction is written in 4/4 time, and the more extensive Presto con fuoco coda is written in 2/2. The rest of the piece is written in 6/4, rather than the 6/8 which characterizes the other ballades.[6] This ballade is one of the more popular Chopin pieces. It is prominently featured in the 2002 Roman Polanski film The Pianist, where an approximately four-minute cut is played by Janusz Olejniczak. It is also played in the 1944 film Gaslight and heard in the 2006 satire Thank You for Smoking. Many noteworthy pianists have performed and recorded the piece, including Vladimir Horowitz, Alfred Cortot, Arthur Rubinstein, Maurizio Pollini, Krystian Zimmerman & Emil Gilels.

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  • Frédéric CHOPIN - Spring Waltz - Mariage d'Amour

    Duration: 3:09 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    Frédéric CHOPIN - Spring Waltz - Mariage d'Amour

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  • Chopin, Fantaisie Impromptu

    Duration: 6:32 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    Chopin, Fantaisie Impromptu

    Fantaisie Impromptu by Frederic Chopin


  • Frédéric Chopin - Marche Funèbre - Funeral March

    Duration: 10:34 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    Frédéric Chopin - Marche Funèbre - Funeral March

    from Piano Sonata Op.35 No.2 played by Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli

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  • Frederic Chopin - Marcha Funebre

    Duration: 9:20 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    Frederic Chopin - Marcha Funebre

    Frederic Chopin -March Funebre

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    Duration: 6:19 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


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  • Frederic Chopin - Mysterious Forest

    Duration: 3:56 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    Frederic Chopin - Mysterious Forest

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  • Fréderic Chopin - Grand Valse Brillante

    Duration: 6:35 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    Fréderic Chopin - Grand Valse Brillante

    Frederick Chopin Grand Valse Brillante in E flat major Op. 18

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    Duration: 4:29 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps



  • Frédéric Chopin's "Raindrop" Prelude, Op 28, No. 15

    Duration: 6:27 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    Frédéric Chopin's "Raindrop" Prelude, Op 28, No. 15

    Beginning in D-Flat Major, this piece focuses on inner confliction and the contemplation of the solitary self. The composition was born from the mind of Frédéric Chopin in 1858 during his stay at the Valldemossa monastery. Amantine Dupin once commented, "It casts the soul into a terrible dejection. Maurice and I had left [Chopin] in good health one morning to go shopping in Palma for things we needed at our "encampment." The rain came in overflowing torrents. We made three leagues in six hours, only to return in the middle of a flood. We got back in absolute dark, shoeless, having been abandoned by our driver to cross unheard of perils. We hurried, knowing how our sick one would worry. Indeed he had, but now was as though congealed in a kind of quiet desperation, and, weeping, he was playing his wonderful prelude. Seeing us come in, he got up with a cry, then said with a bewildered air and a strange tone, "Ah, I was sure that you were dead." When he recovered his spirits and saw the state we were in, he was ill, picturing the dangers we had been through, but he confessed to me that while waiting for us he had seen it all in a dream, and no longer distinguishing the dream from reality, he became calm and drowsy. While playing the piano, persuaded that he was dead himself, he saw himself drown in a lake. Heavy drops of icy water fell in a regular rhythm on his breast, and when I made him listen to the sound of the drops of water indeed falling in rhythm on the roof, he denied having heard it. He was even angry that I should interpret this in terms of imitative sounds. He protested with all his might—and he was right to—against the childishness of such aural imitations. His genius was filled with the mysterious sounds of nature, but transformed into sublime equivalents in musical thought, and not through slavish imitation of the actual external sounds. His composition of that night was surely filled with raindrops, resounding clearly on the tiles of the Charterhouse, but it had been transformed in his imagination and in his song into tears falling upon his heart from the sky." Played by an Anonymous passionnée

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  • Frédéric Chopin - Nocturne in F major, Op. 15, No. 1 - by Aleksandra Mikulska

    Duration: 5:42 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    Frédéric Chopin - Nocturne in F major, Op. 15, No. 1 - by Aleksandra Mikulska

    Frédéric Chopin - Nocturne in F major, Op. 15, No. 1 Benefit concert by Aleksandra Mikulska Live at the Orangerie Darmstadt, 5-17-2013 Camera: Wolfgang Lansdorf

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