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41. Chopin Nocturnes At
Chopin Nocturnes 1. Nocturnes (3) for piano, Op. 9, CT. 108110 by Chopin, Frederic Piano Abbey Simon Length 0537
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    Length: Nocturnes (2) for piano, Op. 37, CT. 118-119 by Chopin, Frederic Piano: Abbey Simon Length: Disc #2 Nocturnes (3) for piano, Op. 15, CT. 111-113 by Chopin, Frederic Length: Nocturnes (2) for piano, Op. 48, CT. 120-121 by Chopin, Frederic

42. Chopin : Biography
Biography by Barbara Smolenska-Zielinska, from the official Chopin homepage.

43. Chopin, Frédéric
Chopin, Fr d ric Repertoire list and information on his/her piano music.

44. The Chopin Society Of Houston > HOME
The non-profit organization established to promote his music in south Texas. Includes biography, artists, photos, links, and membership information.
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what they have in their hearts as it relates to Chopin’s music The Chopin Society of Houston was established at the beginning of the year 2000, after a very successful Chopin Youth Competition in 1999 , organized to honor the 150th anniversary of Chopin’s death. As UNESCO proclaimed 1999 year of Chopin, Houston’s piano teachers filled their studios with the unsurpassed beauty of Chopin’s music, teaching and preparing their students for the anniversary performance. Our organizing committee , consisting of musicians and music lovers, decided that our work can not end with that success, but should continue as long as there is need for Chopin’s music in the Houston community and the means to support such an idea. As many pianists and authorities agree, Chopin’s music is the best and the most beautiful music written for the piano. We here in Texas, at the Chopin Society of Houston, share this opinion enthusiastically and organize our

45. Chopin, Frederic
Las primeras clases de Chopin en Par s, Estudios en el Conservatorio de Varsovia, Primeras clases con Elsner, Primer concierto p blico de Chopin ni o, Primeras

46. Chopin
Polish American Journal includes a biography, selected links and MIDI files available for download.
Frdric Chopin, the greatest of the Polish composers, was born in Zelazowa Wola, near Warsaw on February 22, 1810 of a French father, and a Polish mother. He spent the first 20 years of his life in Warsaw, where he was able to hear many of the premier artists of the time perform. Chopin first studied piano at the Warsaw Conservatory, and became very proficient on the instrument by the time he reached his early teens. He played his first concert at the age of 7, and was a published composer by the time he turned 15. By the late 1820s, Chopin had won a great reputation as a piano virtuoso and composer. He toured throughout Europe to the acclaim of audiences and critics, alike. In 1831, after performing in Paris, he fell so deeply in love with the city that he made it his home, and never again returned to Warsaw. He soon became a favorite of the Parisian salons, and the society elite, and throughout the years that he lived in Paris, was always in great demand as both a pianist and a teacher. In the late 1830s, Chopin met the novelist, Mme. Aurore Dudvant, who used the pen name

47. Frédéric François Chopin —
Brief biography with pronunciation key.
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      , composer for the piano, b. near Warsaw, of French and Polish parentage. His lyrical, often melancholy, compositions brought romantic piano music to unprecedented expressive heights. A prodigy as a pianist and composer, he began performing at aristocratic salons in Warsaw, and in 1826 he started full-time studies at the Warsaw Conservatory. After concert appearances in Vienna and Munich, he settled in Paris, where he gave his first concert in 1831. Although he remained devoted to Polish culture and artists, he never returned to his homeland. In Paris he became closely associated with the principal composers, artists, and literary figures of his time. He was a virtuoso interpreter of his own works, but his dislike of playing in public made him prefer teaching and composing to the concert stage. In 1836, Liszt introduced Chopin to Mme Dudevant, better known by her pen name George

48. Schenkerian Analysis Forum
An analysis of the Nocturne in G minor, opus 37.
McMaster Music Analysis Colloqium LISTENING FOR MOTIVIC-STRUCTURAL UNITY IN CHOPIN'S NOCTURNE , Op. 37 No. 1 Barbara Swanson
Nocturne motivic -structural unity of the piece when approached in a Schenkerian manner. Because of this dual interest, the question that I would like to return to periodically within this essay is to what extent, or, in what way motivic -structural unity can be heard in this nocturne. In his book Free Composition Heinrich Schenker describes a common three-part song form in which structural unity is achieved through the use of a neighbour -tone figure. Using the example of Chopin's Ballade in g minor op. 23, he illustrates how scale degree 5^ (d), prolonged throughout the A sections, is neighboured by a prolonged scale degree 6^ (e-flat) in the B section. Schenker's graph of the Ballade's structure provides a useful model for considering levels of structure in Chopin's Nocturne. Also in g minor, the Nocturne begins on a two-beat tied d (5^); the B section modulates to E-flat and melodically centres around the e-flat tonic (scale degree 6^). The

49. Chopin, Frederic - Op.10 No.3 (Tristesse) Sheet Music -
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50. Classical Music MIDI Page
MIDI files of mazurkas, etudes and nocturnes.

51. Download Mp3 Chopin, Frederic, Buy Chopin, Frederic Mp3 Music At
Frederic Chopin (March 1810 – 17 October 1849) was a Polish composer and virtuoso pianist. He was born in the village of Żelazowa Wola, in the Duchy of Warsaw, to a French

52. The Chopin Project
Live-concert-and-symposium series at the University of Michigan s School of Music with recordings of selected Chopin s works

53. Chopin FrEdEric FranCois: Free Encyclopedia Articles At Online Libra
Research Chopin FrEdEric FranCois and other related topics by using the free encyclopedia at the online library.

54. Kartofonia: Sightseeing For Your Ears
Audio guide to the Warsaw of Chopin s youth, commissioned by and produced for the City of Warsaw as part of the upcoming bicentennial of Chopin s birth.
kartofonia: sightseeing for your ears
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Listen Download our map, along with the 14 mp3 files to your mobile phone or ipod, and on your next visit to Warsaw, retrace the steps of the young Frederic Chopin. Listen to a sample from stop 3, the Kazimierz Palace, where Chopin spent his secondary school years. How did this city boy, schooled in the middle of the capital, encounter the cows and country fiddles that would change his music forever?
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Kartofonia has been busy producing versions of the Chopin audio tour in several languages. Now, visitors from around the world can take our guided walk through the city of the composer’s youth, hearing music and sound illustrating the Warsaw of Chopin’s time and accompanied by stories from Varsovians themselves. Polish: Audio przewodnik po Warszawie Chopina Japanese: Russian: French: Une visite guidée audio de la Varsovie de Chopin Coming soon:
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55. Chopin, Frédéric | Chopin, Frédéric Information | HighBeam Research - FREE T
Chopin, Fr d ric Research Chopin, Fr d ric articles at Find information, facts and related newspaper, magazine and journal articles in our online

56. Fryderyk Chopin. MIDI (free Download) & MIDI/ZIP
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57. Chopin Frederic - ( Nocturne In Fm Tab )
Nocturne In Fm tab by Chopin Frederic at PLEASE NOTE- This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of

58. Fantaisie, Op.49 (Chopin, Frédéric) - IMSLP/Petrucci Music Library: Free Publi
Free public domain sheet music from IMSLP / Petrucci Music Library,_Op.49_(Chopin,_Frederic)
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59. Chopin, Frederic Francois Biography -
1810 Born on March 1st in Zelazowa Wola, near Warsaw, Duchy of Warsaw now in Poland. Polish-French composer and pianist of the Romantic period, best known for his solo pieces
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1810 - Born on March 1st in Zelazowa Wola, near Warsaw, Duchy of Warsaw now in Poland. Polish-French composer and pianist of the Romantic period, best known for his solo pieces for piano and his piano concerti.
1817 - At seven he wrote a Polonaise in G Minor, which was printed, and soon afterward a march of his appealed to the Russian grand duke Constantine, who had it scored for his military band to play on parade.
- He performed in the presence of the Russian tsar Alexander I, who was in Warsaw to open Parliament. Playing was not alone responsible for his growing reputation as a child prodigy.
1826 - His family enrolled him at the newly formed Warsaw Conservatory of Music. This school was directed by the Polish composer Joseph Elsner, with whom Chopin already had been studying musical theory.
1828-1829 - After a preliminary expedition to Berlin, Chopin visited Vienna and made his performance debut there.

60. Free Sheet Music | Chopin, Frederic
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