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Nocturne, Opus 48 No. 1 - Vladimir Ashkenazy - The Chopin Experience (CD)

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  1. Frédéric Chopin (1 March – 17 October ) was a Polish composer and virtuoso pianist of the Romantic period. Chopin - Nocturne Op. 9 No. 1,2,3 Chopin - Nocturne Op Chopin - valse opus 64 n 1 The free sheet music is provided for personal enjoyment only, not for .
  2. The opening of the C minor Nocturne immediately announces something out of the ordinary, with its pendulum-like bass and its melody which, punctuated by rests, is strongly rhetorical. Chopin was, according to his students, impossible to please when playing the opening phrase. Already in the first four bars he wanted to hear a question and an.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Nocturnes on Discogs/5(4).
  4. Aug 21,  · I have heard many people saying Chopin's Nocturne Op 48 no 1 in C minor is a very hard piece, but is it really that hard? The Octave part sounds hard but I don't think it is as hard as it sounds, and the doppio movimento is supposed to be extremely hard, but doesn't sound that hard in .
  5. Aug 23,  · Vladimir Ashkenazy was born in in Gorky, then in the Soviet Union (now Nizhny Novgorod, Russia). T hree years later his family moved to Moscow. When, in , he was the youngest of five Soviet pianists to be allowed to travel to Warsaw to take part in the International Chopin Piano Competition, Ashkenazy was by no means regarded as a.
  6. Not much, instead, I manage to treasure of this new Ashkenazy Regarding this particular Chopin recording, consider, for example, the Prelude in C minor, op. 48 No Its second part is a wild galloping towards a forseeable tragic end, but in Ashkenazy fingers it reduces to a Reviews:
  7. The Nocturne in C minor, Op. 48, No. 1 is initially marked lento and is in 4/4 petherronestdetigoodreleveamarmeo.xyzinfo general, the scheme of the music is ternary form and follows A-B-A'.. The piece becomes poco più lento at measure 25 and enters its middle section, which is a chorale in C major. Later, it moves to doppio movimento agitato at measure 49 and features fortissimo octave passages and double octave arpeggi.
  8. Chopin - Nocturne in C minor, Opus 48 No. 1 One of two pieces in Chopin's Opus 48 collection, the Nocturne in C minor, No. 13, is seen as one of the composer's greatest emotional achievements. Mournful, stately, and beautiful - in just over six minutes of breathtaking music, Chopin explores the emotional ranges of the piano.

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