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Lars Vogt Encore Chopin Nocturne, Berlin, Philharmonie 10.5.2009

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

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Chopin Ballade No.1 Op.23 (Horowitz)

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Usual Name Frédéric Chopin
Alternative Spellings Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin
On Wikipedia Frédéric_Chopin
Dedicated pieces Robert Schumann: Kreisleriana, Op. 16 "Phantasien für das Pianoforte"
Claude Debussy: Etudes, L. 136

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Title Subname Catalogue Key Year Type
Ballade #1 Op. 23 G Minor Ballade
Ballade #2 Op. 38 F Major Ballade
Ballade #3 Op. 47 A-flat Major Ballade
Ballade #4 Op. 52 F Minor Ballade
Fantasia Op. 49 F Minor Fantaisie
Nocturne #1 Op. 9 B-flat Minor Nocturne
Nocturne #2 Op. 9 E-flat Major Nocturne
Nocturne #3 Op. 9 B Major Nocturne
Nocturne #1 Op. 15 F Major Nocturne
Nocturne #2 Op. 15 F-sharp Major Nocturne
Nocturne #1 Op. 27 C-sharp Minor Nocturne
Nocturne #2 Op. 27 D-flat Major Nocturne
Nocturne #1 Op. 32 B Major Nocturne
Nocturne #1 Op. 37 G Minor Nocturne
Nocturne #2 Op. 37 G Major Nocturne
Nocturne #1 Op. 48 C Minor Nocturne
Nocturne #2 Op. 48 F-sharp Major Nocturne
Nocturne #1 Op. 55 F Minor Nocturne
Nocturne #2 Op. 55 E-flat Major Nocturne
Nocturne #1 Op. 62 B Major Nocturne
Nocturne #2 Op. 62 E Major Nocturne
Nocturne #1 Posthumous Op. 72 E Minor Nocturne
Nocturne Op. Posthumous C-sharp Minor Nocturne
Nocturne Op. Posthumous C Minor 1837 Nocturne
Piano Sonata #2 Funeral March Op. 35 B-flat Minor Sonata
Piano Sonata #1 Op. 4 C Minor Sonata
Piano Sonata #3 Op. 58 B Minor 1844 Sonata
Tarentelle Op. 43 A-flat Major Tarantella
Etude #5 Op. 10 G-flat Major Etude
Etude #2 Op. 25 F Minor Etude
Etude #9 Op. 25 G-flat Major Etude
Etude #3 Op. 10 E Major Etude
Etude #4 Op. 10 C-sharp Minor Etude
Prélude Op. 45 C-sharp Minor Prelude
Etude #1 Op. Posthumous F Minor Etude
Etude #2 Op. Posthumous D-flat Major Etude
Etude #3 Op. Posthumous A-flat Major Etude
Prélude Op. Posthumous A-flat Major Prelude
Scherzo #2 Op. 31 B-flat Minor Scherzo
Piano concerto #1 Op. 11 E Minor Concerto
Piano concerto #2 Op. 21 F Minor Concerto
Mazurka #1 Op. 6 F-sharp Minor 1830 Mazurka
Mazurka #2 Op. 6 C-sharp Minor 1830 Mazurka
Mazurka #3 Op. 6 E Major 1830 Mazurka
Mazurka #4 Op. 6 E-flat Minor 1830 Mazurka
Mazurka #5 Op. 7 B-flat Major 1831 Mazurka
Mazurka #6 Op. 7 A-flat Major 1831 Mazurka
Mazurka #7 Op. 7 F Minor 1831 Mazurka
Mazurka #8 Op. 7 A Minor 1831 Mazurka
Mazurka #10 Op. 17 B-flat Major 1833 Mazurka
Mazurka #11 Op. 17 E Minor 1833 Mazurka
Mazurka #12 Op. 17 A-flat Major 1833 Mazurka
Mazurka #13 Op. 17 A Minor 1833 Mazurka
Mazurka #14 Op. 24 G Minor 1835 Mazurka
Mazurka #15 Op. 24 C Major 1835 Mazurka
Mazurka #16 Op. 24 A-flat Major 1835 Mazurka
Mazurka #17 Op. 24 B-flat Minor 1835 Mazurka
Mazurka #18 Op. 30 C Minor 1837 Mazurka
Mazurka #19 Op. 30 B Minor 1837 Mazurka
Mazurka #20 Op. 30 D-flat Major 1837 Mazurka
Mazurka #21 Op. 30 C-sharp Minor 1837 Mazurka
Mazurka #22 Op. 33 G-sharp Minor 1838 Mazurka
Mazurka #23 Op. 33 D Major 1838 Mazurka
Mazurka #24 Op. 33 C Major 1838 Mazurka
Mazurka #25 Op. 33 B Minor 1838 Mazurka
Mazurka #27 Op. 41/2 E Minor 1838 Mazurka
Mazurka #28 Op. 41/3 B Major 1839 Mazurka
Mazurka #29 Op. 41/4 A-flat Major 1839 Mazurka
Mazurka #30 Op. 50 G Major 1842 Mazurka
Mazurka #31 Op. 50 A-flat Major 1842 Mazurka
Mazurka #32 Op. 50 C-sharp Minor 1842 Mazurka
Mazurka #33 Op. 56 B Major 1843 Mazurka
Mazurka #34 Op. 56 C Major 1843 Mazurka
Mazurka #36 Op. 59 A Minor 1845 Mazurka
Mazurka #37 Op. 59 A-flat Major 1845 Mazurka
Mazurka #39 Op. 63 B Major 1846 Mazurka
Mazurka #40 Op. 63 F Minor 1846 Mazurka
Mazurka #41 Op. 63 C-sharp Minor 1846 Mazurka
Mazurka #42 Op. 67/1 G Major 1835 Mazurka
Mazurka #43 Op. 67/2 G Minor 1849 Mazurka
Mazurka #44 Op. 67/3 C Major 1835 Mazurka
Mazurka #45 Op. 67/4 A Minor 1846 Mazurka
Mazurka #46 Op. 68/1 C Major 1829 Mazurka
Mazurka #47 Op. 68/2 A Minor 1827 Mazurka
Mazurka #48 Op. 68/3 F Major 1829 Mazurka
Mazurka #49 Op. 68/4 F Minor 1849 Mazurka
Waltz #1 Grande Valse Op. 18 E-flat Major 1832 Waltz
Waltz #2 Op. 34/1 A-flat Major 1835 Waltz
Waltz #3 Op. 34/2 A Minor 1834 Waltz
Waltz #4 Op. 34/3 F Major 1838 Waltz
Waltz #5 Grande Valse Op. 42 A-flat Major 1840 Waltz
Waltz #6 Minute Waltz Op. 64/1 D-flat Major 1847 Waltz
Waltz #7 Op. 64/2 C-sharp Minor 1847 Waltz
Waltz #8 Op. 64/3 A-flat Major 1847 Waltz
Waltz #9 Farewell / L'adieu Op. 69/1 A-flat Major 1835 Waltz
Waltz #10 Op. 69/2 B Minor 1829 Waltz
Waltz #11 Op. 70/1 G-flat Major 1832 Waltz
Waltz #12 Op. 70/2 F Minor 1841 Waltz
Waltz #13 Op. 70/3 D-flat Major 1829 Waltz
Waltz #14 E Minor 1829 Waltz
Waltz #15 E Major 1830 Waltz
Waltz #16 A-flat Major 1830 Waltz
Waltz #17 E-flat Major 1830 Waltz
Waltz #18 E-flat Major 1840 Waltz
Waltz #19 A Minor 1849 Waltz
Waltz #20 F-sharp Minor 1838 Waltz
Barcarole Op. 60 F-sharp Minor 1846 Barcarolle
Rondo Adieu à Varsovie (Farewell to Warsaw) Op. 1 C Minor 1825 Rondo
Variations on "Là ci darem la mano" Op. 2 B-flat Major 1827 Theme and variations
Introduction and Polonaise brillante Op. 3 C Major 1829 Polonaise
Rondo à la mazur Op. 5 F Major 1826 Rondo
Piano Trio Op. 8 G Minor 1829 Piano Trio
Etude #1 Op. 10 C Major 1829 Etude
Etude #2 Op. 10 A Minor 1829 Etude
Etude #6 Op. 10 E-flat Minor 1830 Etude
Etude #7 Op. 10 C Major 1832 Etude
Etude #8 "Sunshine" Op. 10 F Major Etude
Etude #9 Op. 10 F Minor 1829 Etude
Etude #10 Op. 10 A-flat Major Etude
Etude #11 Arpeggio-Study/Guitar-Study Op. 10 E-flat Major Etude
Etude #12 Revolutionary Étude/Étude on the Bombardment of Warsaw Op. 10 C Minor 1831 Etude
Variations brillantes Op. 12 B-flat Major Variations
Fantasy on Polish Airs Grande fantaisie/Fantaisie brillante Op. 13 A Major 1830 Fantasy (Fantasia)
Rondo à la Krakowiak Op. 14 F Major 1828 Rondo
Rondo E-flat Major 1833 Rondo
Nocturne #3 Op. 15 G Minor 1833 Nocturne
Bolero Op. 19 1833 Bolero
Scherzo #1 Op. 20 B Minor Scherzo
Andante spianato et grande polonaise brillante Op. 22 E-flat Major 1834
Etude #1 Aeolian Harp Op. 25 A-flat Major 1836 Etude
Etude #3 Op. 25 F Major 1836 Etude
Etude #4 Op. 25 A Minor Etude
Etude #5 Op. 25 E Minor 1837 Etude
Etude #6 Op. 25 G-sharp Minor Etude
Etude #7 Op. 25 C-sharp Minor 1834 Etude
Etude #8 Op. 25 D-flat Major Etude
Etude #10 Op. 25 B Minor 1835 Etude
Etude #11 Op. 25 A Minor 1836 Etude
Etude #12 Op. 25 C Minor Etude
Polonaise #1 Op. 26 C-sharp Minor 1835 Polonaise
Polonaise #2 Op. 26 E-flat Minor 1835 Polonaise
Impromptu #1 Op. 29 A-flat Major 1837 Impromptu
Nocturne #2 Op. 32 A-flat Major 1837 Nocturne
Polonaises Op. 71 Polonaise
Rondo Op. 73 C Major 1828 Rondo
Polish Songs Op. 74 Song(s)
Fantaisie-impromptu Op. 66 C-sharp Minor 1835 Impromptu
Cello Sonata Op. 65 G Minor 1846 Sonata
Funeral March Op. 72/2 C Minor 1829 Marche
3 Ecossaises Op. 72/3 1826 Ecossaise
Polonaise-Fantaisie Op. 61 A-flat Major 1846 Polonaise
Mazurka #38 Op. 59 F-sharp Minor 1845 Mazurka
Lullaby Op. 57 D-flat Major 1844 Lullaby
Scherzo #4 Op. 54 E Major 1842 Scherzo
Polonaise Heroic Polonaise Op. 53 A-flat Major 1842 Polonaise
Impromptu #3 Op. 51 G-flat Major 1842 Impromptu
Allegro de concert Op. 46 A Major 1841 Allegro
Polonaise Op. 44 F-sharp Minor 1841 Polonaise
Mazurka #26 Op. 41/1 C-sharp Minor 1839 Mazurka
Polonaise Military Polonaise Op. 40/1 A Major 1838 Polonaise
Polonaise Op. 40/2 C Minor 1838 Polonaise
Scherzo #3 Op. 39 C-sharp Minor 1839 Scherzo
Impromptu #2 Op. 36 F-sharp Major 1839 Impromptu
Mazurkas for Piano #4 Op. 30 C-sharp Minor 1837 Mazurka
Mazurkas #3 Op. 33 C Major 1838 Mazurka
Mazurkas #2 Op. 33 D Major 1838 Mazurka
Mazurkas #1 Op. 33 G-sharp Minor 1838 Mazurka
Polonaises #2 Op. 40 C Minor 1839 Polonaise
Nocturne for Piano #2 Op. 9 E-flat Major 1831 Nocturne
Nocturne for Piano #1 Op. 9 B-flat Minor 1831 Nocturne
Nocturne for Piano #3 Op. 9 B Major 1831 Nocturne
Etudes #5 Black Keys Op. 10 G-flat Major 1830 Etude
Mazurka for Piano #2 Op. 24 C Major 1835 Mazurka
Nocturnes for Piano #1 Op. 27 C-sharp Minor 1836 Nocturne
Barcarolle Op. 60 F-sharp Major 1846 Barcarolle
Prelude B. 86 A-flat Major 1834 Prelude
Mazurka #2 Op. 17 E Minor 1833 Mazurka
Nocturne B. 49 C-sharp Minor 1830
Preludes Op. 28 1839 Prelude

Lars Vogt Encore Chopin Nocturne, Berlin, Philharmonie 10.5.2009

Lars Vogt playing an encore in Berlin after a performance of Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 3 with the Berliner Philharmoniker. Full concert performance available at http://dch.berliner-philharmoniker.de/.

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

Support us on Patreon and get more content: https://www.patreon.com/classicalvault --- Frederic Chopin Ballade No. 1 in G minor, Op. 23 Krystian Zimerman, piano

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Chopin Ballade No.1 Op.23 (Horowitz)

Chopin Ballade No.1 in Gm Op.23 Vladimir Horowitz, 1965 This recording is live without any studio patchwork, and there are a few mistakes present. This selection is intentional.

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Ballade No. 1, Op. 23 (Chopin, Frédéric)

Ballade No. 1, Op. 23 (Chopin, Frédéric) Find the sheet music here: http://imslp.org/wiki/Ballade_No.1,_Op.23_(Chopin,_Fr%C3%A9d%C3%A9ric) Welcome to Icy Violin, this channel is focused on classical music, mainly music from the Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, and Romantic Eras. Frequently asked questions: Q: Where do you find your sheet music? A: Most of the music can be found on either imslp.org or musopen.org Q: Can I request a piece? A: Yes! I will try to upload a video of any piece that is requested, given that it is both within my ability and in the public domain. Q: Why did you start this channel? A: I was introduced to classical music by my countless music teachers, each of whom allowed me to further appreciate classical music. When many of my friends told me that they had trouble finding free high quality recordings online, I decided to create "Icy Violin" as a database of the best public domain recordings that I have come across. Q: What does "Icy Violin" mean? A: This goes along with why I started the channel. My friends were unable to find what they wanted, even though I see ("icy") great recordings all the time. Since I played violin and "Icy Music" seemed to have been used by many people already, I chose "Icy Violin". Q: How can I support this channel? A: You don't have to do anything, I'm happy with you just watching my videos! However, I would greatly appreciate it if you liked and shared content that you like and subscribe for more!

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Ballade No. 1 in G minor, Op. 23 // CHOPIN

The famous Ballade No. 1 in G minor, Op. 23 was composed by Frédéric Chopin in 1831. ♫ Learn piano with the songs you love: http://tinyurl.com/pianoreader-flowkey - sponsored by flowkey - - - - - I was introduced to this music from watching Szpilman's performance of it in the 2002 film, "The Pianist". (Performed by Polish classical pianist Janusz Olejniczak) More recently, this piece was played by Kousei the final episode of the anime series "Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso" (Your Lie in April). - - - - - Make sure to subscribe for more Synthesia videos like this one!

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Chopin Ballade no.1 op.23

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Tiffany Poon plays Chopin Variations Brillantes, Op. 12

Buy Tiffany's debut CD "Natural Beauty"! http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/tiffanypoon1 iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/tiffany-poon/id879633254?ign-mpt=uo%3D4 TIFFANY POON : https://www.facebook.com/tiffanypoonpianist Tiffany Poon, age 16, performs a solo recital in Salle Claude Champagne at Université de Montréal on Jan 19, 2013. This is one of the pieces she plays at the recital. To keep in touch with Tiffany and to stay up to date with her latest news, events and activities, "Like" her on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/tiffanypoonpianist and follow her on Twitter: https://twitter.com/tiffanypianist Tiffany's official website: http://tiffanypoon.com

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Ashkenazy plays Chopin Variations Brillantes, Op.12

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Wai-Ching Rachel Cheung – Variations in B flat major, Op. 12 (second stage, 2010)

Wai-Ching Rachel Cheung II etap Wariacje B-dur op. 12 Wai-Ching Rachel Cheung Second stage Variations in B flat major, Op. 12 All rights reserved 2010 The Fryderyk Chopin Institute (NIFC), Polish Television (TVP), National Audiovisual Institute (NInA)

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Maria Grinberg plays Chopin Variations Brillantes Op.12

Chopin - Variations Brillantes Op.12 in B flat major

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Chopin - Variations brillantes, Op.12 in B flat major

Jinsang Lee Joy of Music Festival, 13 Oct 2009 - City Hall, Hong Kong Piano: The replica 1836 "No.1" Piano, provided by Steinway at Tom Lee "The Steinway No.1 Piano (212 cm long) was built by Heinrich Engelhard Steinway in his small kitchen in Seesen, Germany in 1836 and it was his first piano and it was later named the "Kitchen piano". this instrument must have been the best piano at that time and it made a milestone in the history of piano design and a legend for Steinway & Sons in the piano construction over 170 years. The original one is now on display at the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art. In 2004 Heinrich Engelhard's great grandson, Henry Z.Steinway gave permission to the Belgian master piano builder and restorer, Chris Maene, to create an exact replica of the original Steinway No.1. Chris Maene adhered to the designs of the original. He created a replica which is authentic both technically and in terms of appearance. The replica made its debut when it appeared in a piano recital at Bruges Concert Hall in 2006." Frederic Chopin - Variations brillantes, Op.12 in B flat major "Chopin's Variations Brillantes Op.12 is based on the aria 'Je vends des scapulaires' from Ferdinand Herold's now forgotten comic opera 'Ludovic'. The work opens in a flourish with an elaborate introduction before the theme and variations proper. Typical of his earlier style which reflected much of the early Romantics, it is full of embellishments and generally frothily florid keyboard writing. Generally considered frivolous and superfluous by today's listeners, it nontheless represented a certain zeitgeist, one that established Chopin as the darling of Parisian salons." - From the CD "Hiller - Mendelssohn - Chopin: Making Music Among Friends" by The Alpha Omega Sound

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F. Chopin : Nocturne op. 9 no. 1 in B flat minor (Rubinstein)

Chopin's first nocturne op. 9 no. 1 in B flat minor played by Rubinstein. The Nocturnes, Op. 9 are a set of three nocturnes written by Frédéric Chopin between 1830 and 1832 and dedicated to Madame Camille Pleyel. The work was published in 1833. This nocturne has a rhythmic freedom that came to characterise Chopin's later work. The left hand has an unbroken sequence of quavers in simple arpeggios throughout the entire piece, while the right hand moves with freedom in patterns of eleven, twenty, and twenty-two notes. The opening section moves into a contrasting middle section, which flows back to the opening material in a transitional passage where the melody floats above seventeen consecutive bars of D-flat major chords. The reprise of the first section grows out of this and the nocturne concludes peacefully with a Picardy third.

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Chopin - Nocturne op.9 No.1

Nocturne in B-flat minor, Op. 9, No. 1 Played by Vadim Chaimovich (https://www.youtube.com/vadimchaimovich) FB-Vadim: https://www.facebook.com/vadimchaimovich https://open.spotify.com/album/3jB6OWOpn8l0gZShrLl5dh https://www.amazon.com/dp/B078WK2R18/ref=dm_ws_tlw_trk1 The idea behind these videos is coming from a research published by the Psychology Department of Berkeley University studying the relation between colors, emotions and how external stimuli are impacting decision making. The study results demonstrate a strong correlation between faster music in minor tone and the choice from participants of colors from that were saturated, yellower and lighter whereas a slower and minor music produced the opposite pattern (choice of desaturated, darker and bluer colors). Based on these findings, we wanted to create synesthesia in our videos and trigger more intense and long-lasting emotions in our viewers, get higher audience retention and interaction. We decided to do that by associating drawings from the major painters that were following the scientific findings of this research. The choice of these paintings and the consecutive association with the music is also based on an accurate work that requires significant time and energy. The analysis of the melodies returned to us a lot of information on how the painting should have been made. We needed a simple pattern, with the gray dominant but with an intrinsic meaning. Something that people could watch for a while without really understand it. By creating this video I tried to do only one thing which turned to be the most difficult one: make you feel an emotional synesthesia. When hearing the melody, don't you feel that everything is...messed up? are you trying to figure out? is your mind going over? It’s not for no reason. It is not only an image, it is not only a melody. It is a trip. You don't feel bored. It is your mind using the notes and the colors to create your own experience. Most of the videos online with only one image are only music, but not this. The research behind the perfect combination is the key to the unconscious. The research: "Music–color associations are mediated by emotion" https://www.pnas.org/content/110/22/8836 Stephen E. Palmer, Karen B. Schloss, Zoe Xu, and Lilia R. Prado-León -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Nocturnes, Op. 9 are a set of three nocturnes written by Frédéric Chopin between 1830 and 1832, published that year, and dedicated to Madame Camille Pleyel. The second nocturne of the work is regarded as Chopin's most famous piece. This nocturne has a rhythmic freedom that came to characterize Chopin's later work. The left hand has an unbroken sequence of eighth notes in simple arpeggios throughout the entire piece, while the right-hand moves with freedom in patterns of seven, eleven, twenty, and twenty-two notes. The opening section moves into a contrasting middle section, which flows back to the opening material in a transitional passage where the melody floats above seventeen consecutive bars of D-flat major chords. The reprise of the first section grows out of this, followed by a Picardy third ending. #Chopin #Nocturne #ClassicalMusic

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Chopin - Nocturne Op. 9, No. 1 in B-flat minor (Brigitte Engerer)

My favourite part of Chopin. For full version: https://youtu.be/liTSRH4fix4

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Chopin - Nocturne in b-flat minor, Op. 9 No. 1

Frederic Francois Chopin Nocturne in b-flat minor Op. 9 No. 1 Performer: Allyson Crow Recorded in 2005 This is me playing a Nocturne by Chopin. I think I had been playing piano for about 1 1/2 years when this was recorded. This is one of my favorites, of course, I love all Chopin Nocturnes! Please feel free to leave constructive comments about the piece, composer, performer, or video. Thanks and enjoy! Allyson - beethovenof08 "The aim and final end of all music should be none other than the glory of God and the refreshment of the soul." - Johann Sebastian Bach

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Yundi: Chopin Nocturne Op. 9 No. 1 in B-flat Minor

Yundi Li plays Chopin's Nocturne op.9 no.1 in B-flat Minor

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Chopin - Prelude in D-flat major, Op. 28 No. 15 ("Raindrop") - Vladimir Ashkenazy

Vladimir Ashkenazy, piano

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Chopin: Prelude Op.28 No.15 in D Flat Major, "Raindrop" (Pogorelich)

A very tender recording.

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Chopin prelude op. 28 no.15 in D flat major "Raindrop"

Piano: Marian Pivka Be apart of my Facebook page! http://www.facebook.com/Blop888

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Chopin Prelude Op. 28, No. 15 "Raindrop" performed by Marjan Kiepura

One of the most iconic piano works, this is the longest among Chopin Op. 28 preludes. It is a stand-alone concert piece having an identifiable beginning, middle and concluding section unlike other preludes which are shorter. Pianist Marjan Kiepura researched a story that Frederic Chopin’s partner, the famous French female writer George Sand, noted in one of her writings that the middle dramatic section of this prelude was influenced by Chopin hearing the monks chanting, during their stay at a monastery in Valldemosa, Mallorca. But the monastery was abandoned. He heard the ”chanting” in his mind… and put it to music.

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Eric Lu – Prelude in D flat major Op. 28 No. 15 (third stage)

Narodowy Instytut Fryderyka Chopina/ The Fryderyk Chopin Institute All rights reserved 2015 The Fryderyk Chopin Institute, Polish Television TVP Zapraszamy do śledzenia transmisji z Konkursu na kanale/ Broadcasts from the Competition can be followed on the Chopin Institute's YouTube channel: http://youtube.com/chopin2015 Oficjalna strona Konkursu/ The official Competition website: http://chopincompetition2015.com Oficjalna aplikacja iOS/ The official iOS app: https://appsto.re/pl/jBvv6.i Oficjalna aplikacja Android/ The official Android app: http://goo.gl/u93t9T Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSTXol20Q01Uj-U5Yp3IqFg?sub_confirmation=1

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Chopin - Scherzo No. 2, Op. 31 (Rubinstein)

Scherzo No. 2, Op. 31 Arthur Rubinstein, piano The Scherzo No. 2 in B-Flat Minor, Op. 31 is a scherzo by Frédéric Chopin. The work was composed and published in 1837, and was dedicated to Countess Adele Fürstensein. Schumann compared this scherzo to a Byronic poem, "so overflowing with tenderness, boldness, love and contempt." According to Wilhelm von Lenz, a pupil of Chopin, the composer said that the renowned sotto voce opening was a question and the second phrase the answer: "For Chopin it was never questioning enough, never soft enough, never vaulted (tombe) enough. It must be a charnel-house." The melody, marked "con anima," is repeated three times during the lengthy proceedings, the last time bringing us to the coda in a magnificent key change. The gorgeous melody overlies a six-note-per-measure left-hand accompaniment of exceeding richness. The trio, filled with longing, takes on a pianistic complexity. Huneker exults, "What masterly writing, and it lies in the very heart of the piano! A hundred generations may not improve on these pages." The scherzo is in sonata form. The beginning is marked Presto and opens in B flat minor. However, most of the work is written in D flat major and A major. The opening to the piece consists of two arpeggiated pianissimo chords, and after a moment's pause, goes into a set of fortissimo chords, before returning to the quiet arpeggiated chords. Frederic Chopin (1810 - 1849)

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Chopin: Scherzo No. 2 in B flat minor Op. 31

Piano recital by Olga Jegunova - http://www.jegunova.com/ Bishopsgate Institute (London), October 2012. Chopin: Scherzo No. 2 in B flat minor Op. 31 Multimedia engineer - Boris Bizjak http://www.borisbizjak.com/#!hedone

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Frédéric Chopin: Scherzo No. 2 in B-flat minor, Op. 31

Frédéric Chopin: Scherzo No. 2 in B-flat minor, Op. 31 Piano: Konstantin Bogino Venue: Piano Festival 2009 Sheet music on request.

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Scherzo No. 2 in B-flat minor, Op. 31 // CHOPIN

As requested. Sorry if some of the hand colors are incorrect, this was a confusing one to split. ♫ Learn piano with the songs you love: http://tinyurl.com/pianoreader-flowkey - sponsored by flowkey - - - - - Make sure to subscribe for more Synthesia videos like this one!

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Evgeny Kissin: Chopin - Scherzo, No. 2, Op 31 (Tel Aviv, 2011)

Israel Philharmonic Orchestra 75th Anniversary Evgeny Kissin - piano Frédéric Chopin - Scherzo, No. 2, op. 31 Watch the full concert: https://goo.gl/sFLe5A Click here to watch the concert on occasion of the 60th Anniversary: https://goo.gl/irpzKZ Subscribe to EuroArts: https://goo.gl/jrui3M On 24th December 2011, the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, one of the best orchestras in the world today, celebrated its 75th Anniversary with a concert conducted by Zubin Mehta in Tel Aviv (Hangar 11). They were joined by the internationally-renowned soloists Julian Rachlin, Evgeny Kissin and Vadim Repin in a spectacular programme of Saint-Saens, Bach, Chopin, Chausson and Beethoven.

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Ashkenazy, Chopin The Waltz No.1 in E flat majoe, Op.18 "Grande Valse Brillante"

Vladimir Ashkenazy, piano No.1 4:49

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Chopin Grande Valse Brillante Op. 18 Valentina Lisitsa

Grand Waltz Brilliante E Flat major op. 18 https://music.apple.com/ru/album/chopin-recital/1495167562?l=en

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Arthur Rubinstein: Chopin - Waltz No. 1 Op. 18 in E flat major 'Grande Valse Brillante'

Arthur Rubinstein (January 28, 1887 -- December 20, 1982) was a Polish-American classical pianist who received international acclaim for his performances of the music written by a variety of composers; many regard him as the greatest Chopin interpreter of his time. He is widely considered one of the greatest classical pianists of the twentieth century... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_Rubinstein A link to this wonderful artists personal Website: http://www.arims.org.il/artist.htm Please Enjoy! I send my kind and warm regards,

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Chopin - Waltz in E-flat Major, Op. 18 (Grande Valse brillante), Martin Leung

Martin Leung performs Chopin Waltz in E-flat Major, Op. 18 at his Doctor of Musical Arts graduation recital at the University of Southern California. Martin Leung, piano videogamepianist.com twitter.com/vidgamepianist facebook.com/martinleungmusic Louis Ng, audio engineer louisng.net

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Rachel Kudo: Waltz No 1 in E flat Major, Op 18, Grand Valse Brilliante

Watch the full marathon at http://wqxr.org/chopinmarathon The piano music of Frederic Chopin stands as one of the greatest achievements in classical music — more than 200 compositions in total, many of them among the most well-known and beloved works of all time.   With this archived webcast of WQXR's all-day marathon on June 4, you can immerse yourself in the magic and poetry of Chopin. More than 10 hours of his solo piano pieces — waltzes, polonaises, mazurkas, nocturnes, scherzos and more — are available, performed by today’s brightest piano virtuosos. WQXR’s Elliott Forrest and Terrance McKnight host. Watch the entire event or enjoy your favorite pieces by clicking on the archived video below. Share your thoughts on Twitter and Instagram using #ChopinMarathon.

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Chopin- Waltz no. 7 in C sharp minor, Op. 64 no. 2

Waltz no. 7 in C sharp minor Opus 64 no. 2 Frederic Chopin Performed by Philippe Entremont

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Chopin - Waltz no.7 In C Sharp Minor, Op.64 no.2

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Chopin - Waltz No 7 in c sharp minor, Op. 64 No 2 (Yuja Wang)

Teatro La Fenice - Musikàmera (stagione di musica da camera alla Fenice 2016/ 2017) Yuja Wang in recital

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Arthur Rubinstein: Chopin - Waltz No. 7 Op. 64 No. 2 in C sharp minor

Arthur Rubinstein (January 28, 1887 -- December 20, 1982) was a Polish-American classical pianist who received international acclaim for his performances of the music written by a variety of composers; many regard him as the greatest Chopin interpreter of his time. He is widely considered one of the greatest classical pianists of the twentieth century... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_Rubinstein A link to this wonderful artists personal Website: http://www.arims.org.il/artist.htm Please Enjoy! I send my kind and warm regards,

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Chopin Valse Op 64. No 2. Waltz in c sharp minor #7 Valentina Lisitsa

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Chopin Piano Concerto No. 2 in f minor, Op. 21 (Zimerman)

Chopin’s second piano concerto is more conventional than his first. The opening Maestoso movement of the piece is modeled on the concertos of Mozart's pupil, Hummel. The central Larghetto is similarly inspired by the Piano Concerto in G minor composed in 1820 by Ignaz Moscheles, but the closing Allegro vivace is original, a stylized Polish folk song. Within the movements, all the standard concerto principles are obeyed: an orchestra exposition of the main themes before a piano exposition of the same material, the usual contrast between the tonic minor and the relative major for the principal and subordinate themes, a lyrical slow movement in the relative minor, and a rondo-form finale in the tonic major. Despite its conventional structure, Chopin's piano writing is idiomatic and highly personal – the lyrical melodies and their ornamentations could have been composed by no one else. Chopin’s piano concertos are often criticized for orchestral writing that is at best competent. This, however, is less a fault than a decision: Chopin, the greatest composer for the piano of his age, would never let anything obscure the brilliance of his piano writing. The second piano concerto was actually written before the first, but was designated “No. 2” as it was published second. 0:00 - Maestoso 15:37 - Larghetto 26:42 - Allegro vivace Performed with the Polish Festival Orchestra, conducted by Zimerman

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Frédéric Chopin Piano Concerto No.2 in F minor Op.21, Lang Lang

Frédéric Chopin Piano Concerto No.2 in F minor Op.21 1. Maestoso 0:00 2. Larghetto 14:23 3. Allegro vivace 24:01

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Frédéric Chopin - Piano Concerto No. 2 in F minor Op. 21 - Sunhwa Kim, Marek Pijarowski

Best Piano Concertos Frédéric Chopin - Piano Concerto No. 2 in F minor Op. 21 1. Maestoso 00:00 2. Larghetto 15:15 3. Allegro vivace 24:26 performed by Sunhwa Kim - piano I.J. Paderewski State Philharmonic Orchestra Marek Pijarowski - conductor The IX International Paderewski Piano Competition, Bydgoszcz, Poland November 3rd - 17th, 2013 The Competition is organized to commemorate Ignacy Jan Paderewski, a remarkable pianist, virtuoso, composer, politician and statesman. The Competition is organized by : - the I. J. Paderewski Music Association, with the co-participation of: - the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, - the Marshal’s Office of the Kuyavian and Pomeranian Province of Bydgoszcz - the Bydgoszcz City Hall Partners: - The F. Nowowiejski Music Academy - The I. J. Paderewski Philharmonic Hall in Bydgoszcz The Competition auditions shall be open to the public and shall take place in the concert halls of the Music Academy and the Pomeranian Philharmonic Hall in Bydgoszcz. The Competition is open to pianists of all nationalities, born between 1981 and 1997. --- Subscribe https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCS_tV06lrXa-yLDZaFTLSrg/feed?sub_confirmation=1

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Arthur Rubinstein - Chopin - Piano Concerto No 2 in F minor, Op 21

Support us on Patreon and get more content: https://www.patreon.com/classicalvault --- Frédéric Chopin Piano Concerto No 2 in F minor, Op 21 1 Maestoso 2 Larghetto 3 Allegro vivace Arthur Rubinstein, piano London Symphony Orchestra André Previn, conductor

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Argerich - Chopin Piano Concerto No.2, Op.21 f minor

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Chopin - Etude Op. 10 No. 12 "Revolutionary" (Kissin)

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Chopin-Etude no. 12 in C minor, Op. 10 no. 12, "Revolutionary"

Etude no. 12 in C minor Opus 10 no. 12 "Revolutionary" Frederic Chopin Performed by Philippe Entremont

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Chopin - Etude in C minor op.10 no.12 "Revolutionary"

Fryderyk Chopin - Etude in C minor op.10 no.12 "Revolutionary" (Fall of Warsaw) 1831. Pictures are: the battle of Ostrolenka and the battle's general: Józef Bem. The last picture is "The fall of Warsaw".

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Dmitri Shelest: Etude No 12 in C minor, Op 10, Revolutionary

Watch the full marathon at http://wqxr.org/chopinmarathon The piano music of Frederic Chopin stands as one of the greatest achievements in classical music — more than 200 compositions in total, many of them among the most well-known and beloved works of all time.   With this archived webcast of WQXR's all-day marathon on June 4, you can immerse yourself in the magic and poetry of Chopin. More than 10 hours of his solo piano pieces — waltzes, polonaises, mazurkas, nocturnes, scherzos and more — are available, performed by today’s brightest piano virtuosos. WQXR’s Elliott Forrest and Terrance McKnight host. Watch the entire event or enjoy your favorite pieces by clicking on the archived video below. Share your thoughts on Twitter and Instagram using #ChopinMarathon.

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Chopin Etude Op.10 No.12 "Revolutionary" in C Minor / c moll

Chopin Étude Op. 10, No. 12 in C minor, known as the Revolutionary Étude or the Étude on the Bombardment of Warsaw, is a solo piano work by Frédéric Chopin written in 1831, and the last in his first set, Etudes Op.10, dedicated "à son ami Franz Liszt" ("to his friend Franz Liszt"). The 12th Étude appeared around the same time as the November Uprising in 1831. Chopin poured his emotions on the matter into many pieces that he composed at that time, the "Revolutionary Étude" standing out as the most notable example. Upon conclusion of Poland's failed revolution against Russia, he cried "All this has caused me much pain. Who could have foreseen it!" Unlike études of prior periods (works designed to emphasize and develop particular aspects of musical technique), the romantic études of composers such as Chopin and Liszt are fully developed musical concert pieces, but still continue to represent a goal of developing stronger technique. - You can support the channel by buying me a coffee here :) : PayPal: https://paypal.me/stanislavstanchev Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/realstanchev Best of Chopin: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-gMUZOrx5epkR1GTe-Sje3zVn97FNRTH More Classical Music: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-gMUZOrx5er99FxbV-aBss5kHUFCZkfa If you like the video subscribe for my channel to keep up with my latest work! :) Thanks for watching! #Chopin #Etude #Revolutionary

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Piano Concerto, Op. 11: No 1, E minor - II. Romanza Larghetto

Provided to YouTube by Believe SAS Piano Concerto, Op. 11: No 1, E minor - II. Romanza Larghetto · National Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, Witold Rowicki, Halina Czerny-Stefańska (piano) Masterpiece: Water Music ℗ Quimbaya Entretenimiento S.A.S. Released on: 2017-12-14 Author: Fryderyk Chopin Composer: Fryderyk Chopin Auto-generated by YouTube.

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