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71-80 of 193 videos of music composed by Frédéric Chopin

Chopin Ballad Number 1 Opus 23 in G Minor by Tzvi Erez
Chopin Ballad Number 1 Opus 23 in G Minor by Tzvi Erez iTunes link itunes.apple.com Chopin Ballad Number 1 Opus 23 in G Minor played by Tzvi Erez on his Vintage 1912 Bosendorfer. Available on the Niv Classical Label. www.nivmusic.com © Videography & Editing - Gershon Srubiski, SVP Productions
Classic Fantasia - Chopin Nocturne for piano and violin
Classic Fantasia - Chopin Nocturne for piano and violin La malinconia del notturno per piano e violino di Chopin mi ha ispirato per la realizzazione di questo breve filmato in cui le immagini si fondono con il ritmo musicale esaltando le potenzialità della musica. Some images accompanied by the melancholic music of Chopin nocturne for piano and violin. Enjoy!
Sido ft. Chopin's Nocturne cis-Moll Op(posth) - Arschficksong [pian
Sido ft. Chopin's Nocturne cis-Moll Op(posth) - Arschficksong [pian free mp3 → soundcloud.com Pianist: Dan Kreiger (aka For Jerz) || Nocturne No. 20 Op. posth. in C-sharp Minor (1830) by Frédéric Chopin || "Arschficksong" by P. Würdig aka Sido || Produced and Arranged by Dan Kreiger (aka For Jerz) || derivative work
Géza Anda plays Chopin Polonaise No.6 "Heroique"
Géza Anda plays Chopin Polonaise No.6 "Heroique" Polonaise No.6 in A-flat major, op.53, composed in 1842. ~~~ Géza Anda (1921 - 1976) Hungarian pianist, born in Budapest. He studied with some of the renowned teachers of the 20th century such as Imre Stefaniai and Imre Keeri-Szanto, and became a pupil of Ernst von Dohnányi and Zoltán Kodály at the Franz Liszt Academy in Budapest. Anda made his debut in 1939 in Budapest under Willem Mengelberg playing Brahms B flat major concerto, which would become his signature. In 1940 he won the Liszt Prize, and in the next year, he made an international name for himself with his performance of Brahms' Piano Concerto No. 2. In 1941, he also made his debut with the Berlin Philharmonic under Wilhelm Furtwängler, who dubbed him "troubadour of the piano." He remained in Berlin during the first years of World War II, but in 1942 he fled to Switzerland, where he encountered the great pianist and teacher Edwin Fischer. Fischer was a proponent of performing the Mozart piano concertos while conducting from the keyboard and Anda would later adopt this practice, adding bench-led performances of all the concertos (even the early ones) to his repertoire. He was among the first to explore the whole range of Mozart's concertos, at a time when only the "greatest hits" were heard in concert halls; his outstanding 1960's recordings of the complete cycle with the Camerata Academica of the Salzburg Mozarteum remain a milestone in the history of recorded music. Géza Anda's style was noteworthy for its ...
Gabrielle Chou (12) - Chopin Piano Concerto No.2, 3rd mvt
Gabrielle Chou (12) - Chopin Piano Concerto No.2, 3rd mvt (4-25-08) After a year of fundraising and planning by Bella Smith at www.coralgablesopera.com, public television program "American Ideal IV" is recorded in front of more than 800 elementary school students. For many of them, it's their first classical music concert, so they haven't learned when to applaud. But I think they will become better audience after this concert and that's good education. Gabrielle is proud to be part of this program. It's interesting to know that this is a performance without real rehearsal (because of budget), only 20 minute of warm up right before concert, so it's pretty good work with such limited resource. For more information about Gabrielle, please visit her website http
Chopin Waltz Op.64 No.1 (Minute Waltz) - O'reck
Chopin Waltz Op.64 No.1 (Minute Waltz) - O'reck Chopin Waltz Op.64 No.1 (Minute Waltz) on Keyboard - O'reck
Minute Waltz-Chopin, Op. 64 No. 1
Minute Waltz-Chopin, Op. 64 No. 1 Minute Waltz Chopin Frederic Chopin Minute Waltz Minute Waltz Cover Op. 64 No. 1 Hi everyone! So this is a piano cover of Frederic Chopin's Minute Waltz (Op. 64 No. 1 Valse in D Major). I wouldn't call myself a classical pianist by any means, but this song is just too beautiful and fun to play! I wanted to put a video of this song up, despite not being able to do a Chopin piece much justice.
Claudio Arrau - Chopin Etude no.3 op.25
Claudio Arrau - Chopin Etude no.3 op.25 ♥ ♥•.¸¸.•´¯`•♥ • • ♥ •.¸¸.•´¯`•♥ ♥ (Classical mussiC) www.facebook.com/Classical.Mussic ♥ •.¸¸.•´¯`•♥ ♥ (Classical mussiC) ♥ ♥•.¸¸.•´¯`•♥ • • ♥ •.¸¸.•´¯`•♥ ♥
Chopin - Ballade No. 4, Op. 52 (Rubinstein)
Chopin - Ballade No. 4, Op. 52 (Rubinstein) Ballade No. 4, Op. 52 Arthur Rubinstein, piano The Ballade No. 4 in F minor, Op. 52 is the fourth and final of Polish composer Frédéric Chopin's ballades for solo piano. It was composed in 1842 in Paris and Nohant, and revised in 1843. The work was dedicated to Baronne C. de Rothschild, wife of Nathaniel de Rothschild, who had invited Chopin to play in her Parisian estate, where she introduced him to the aristocracy and nobility. According to Robert Schumann, this ballade was inspired by Adam Mickiewicz's poem The Three Burdys, which tells of three brothers sent away by their father to seek treasures, and the story of their return with three Polish brides. A phrase in the dominant key (marked piano) opens the seven introductory measures and leads into the first subject of sonata-form exposition, a melody with Slavonic coloration. The first theme undergoes four cumulative transformations with decorations, countermelodies, significant counterpoint, and a nocturne-like fioritura. The development of the second theme and its intertwining with the first heightens the complexity of the musical structure and builds tension. Through the intertwining and thus the simultaneous development of the two themes, Chopin effectively combines the use of both the sonata form and the variation form. The body of the piece concludes with a series of accented fortissimo chords, followed by a momentary calm of 5 pianissimo chords. This then suddenly led into a extremely fast, turbulent coda ...
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