Of course no video collection would be complete without the cliche Yundi Li video of him playing Chopin's "Fantasie" Impromptu in C-sharp minor, Op. 66 No. 4 This is one of my favorite pieces.
did you know: Chopin hated this piece? He composed it when he was just 24 and regretted it ever after.
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Rafal Blechacz plays the winner Chopin's Polonaise As-Dur Op 53 "Heroique" in the Chopinowski International Competition
Vadim Chaimovich plays Chopin - Nocturne op. 9 no. 1 in B flat minor / b-Moll, one of Chopin's most beautiful piano pieces...
'Beauty will save the world' (c Dostoevsky) :o)
HOROWITZ AT THE WHITE HOUSE 4-Chopin Waltz Op.64-2
La migliore canzone italodisco anni '80 dal grande amico <b>Gazebo</b>! Gazebo_Giombini <b>I LIKE CHOPIN</b> Remember that piano So delightful unusual That classic sensation Sentimental confusion Used to say <b>I like Chopin</b> Love me now and again Rainy days never say goodbye To desire when we are together Rainy days growing in your eyes Tell me where's my way Imagine your face In a sunshine reflection A vision of blue skies Forever distractions
<b>Zimerman plays Chopin</b>!
Here's a video of Maurizio Pollini playing the Chopin <b>Nocturne</b> no. 8 op. 27 no. 2.
<b>Fantasia</b> on <b>Polish</b> Airs, Op 13, was composed in 1828 and first published in Paris in 1834. The orchestra provides a grand opening to the <b>Fantasia</b> ahead of the piano that without doubt carries the musical expressions of Chopin. The air Juz Miesiac Zaszedi is introduced by the soloist and repeated by the orchestra, with elaborate piano adornment. The second theme, chosen by Karol Kurpinski the principal conductor at the Warsaw Opera, is thoroughly <b>Polish</b> in form and inspiration. ...
Chopin Nocturne Number 13 in C-Minor Op.48 No.1 Easily one of Chopin's most dificult Nocturnes, not just note-wise but in terms of nuance as well. This took me many months to learn and it still needs work! I originally based my interpretation off of Rubinstein's but ultimately did my own thing with it. Hopefully I captured the right spirit of the piece. Enjoy! Oh, and PLEASE COMMENT. Edit: Thanks for the comments everyone. I appreciate them all. Also, thanks to Kutiman for including me in ...
HOROWITZ AT THE WHITE HOUSE 5-Chopin Polonaise Heroic
Chopin - Sonata en si bemol menor Op 35 (3er Mov - Marcha Funebre) Pianista - Vladimir Ashkenazy
Chopin's Nocturne in EbM Op.9 No.2 Arthur Rubinstein, 1965
Vladimir Horowitz plays Chopin Mazurka in b minor Opus. 33 No. 4 in Vienna (1987).
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Q: Where can I get the sheet music for this piece?
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Q: What do the colors mean?
A: Interval types shown with colored lines. N.b., the color key at the beginning is incorrect: m2/M7 are red, the same as A4/d5. This type of display is available as the "YARN" display in the MAM Player.
Q: How and when did you make this rendition?
A: I made this rendition in the early days of MIDI (1980s, I think), by laying down left hand and right hand tracks individually, not in real time.
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