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Chopin - Impromptu No.3 in G-flat major, Op.51

Chopin - Impromptu No.3 in G-flat major, Op.51
Chopin - Impromptu No.3 in G-flat major, Op.51
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Author/Composer:Author/Composer:Frederic Chopin
Description:Description:The genre "impromptu" first appeared in 1817. Many composers used the title "impromptu" in their work such as Czerny, Kalkbrenner, Moscheles, Vorisek, Schubert... but few had a clear construction of the form. Kenneth DeLong after analyzing the impromptus of Vorisek and Schubert concludes that even Schubert did not name his first set of impromptus and he just happened to name the second set the title "impromptus", which in his mind meant "piano pieces" or "characteristic pieces" composed occasionally. Given the genre was developed individually and gradually, there however was association of Chopin's impromptu Op.66 with Schubert's impromptu Op.90 No.2 and Moscheles' impromptu Op.80.
Performers:Performers:Setrak Setrakian Live 1970
File Type:File Type:Mp3
File Size:File Size:6.1 MB
External Site:External
Play Count:Play Count:122
Added: Nov 16, 2011      Last update: Nov 16, 2011

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