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  • Kasho
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  • Mehn
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    "Faster works are also well served by the precision of Shebanova's technique and her ability to create a sense of flowing continuity, even in Chopin's most complex passages. The Minute Waltz Op no.1 and the Butterfly Etude Op no.9, for example, are both at the fast end of the spectrum, but each is also played with greater delicacy than /5(9).
  • Tara
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    Aug 23,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Piano Concerto No 1 Op 11 in Em - Chopin (Van Cliburn) YouTube Chopin-Piano Concerto No. 1 in e minor Op. 11 (Complete) - .
  • Kajikasa
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    Because the piano is such an important element in classical music, the influence of Frédéric Chopin is undeniable. Frédéric Chopin (–), a thin, frail virtuoso pianist from Poland. Chopin (“sho-PAN,” except that you don’t really pronounce the final N; instead, you send it flying through your nose) single-handedly revolutionized the world of piano music.
  • Meztibar
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    Most music students are familiar with at least a few of the works by Frederic Chopin, the Polish artist, composer, and musician who lived during the Romantic Period of the19th century. This era included such artists as Gioacchino Rossini, Felix Mendelssohn, and Robert Schumann.
  • Kazidal
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    Prelude No. 5 in D major begins with a four-measure introduction. It uses a 3/8 time signature, but the first measures could easily be written using a 2/8. Dominant ninth chords of D major - using both major and minor ninths - are used in the four measures: After the introduction, Chopin .
  • Mogul
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    The Institute site also lists nearly 1, performances of Chopin works on YouTube as of January Recordings: The British Library notes that "Chopin's works have been recorded by all the great pianists of the recording era." The earliest recording was an performance by Paul Pabst of the Nocturne in E major Op. 62 No. 2.
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  • Mur
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    Mar 06,  · Chopin's mother, Tekla Justyna Kryzanowska, had also been employed there, but at a much younger age. She was the Countess's companion and housekeeper. In , Chopin's parents married. Frederic Chopin was only seven months old when they moved out of the estate to Warsaw.
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