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      • Most of Chopin's compositions were for solo piano, although he did compose two piano concertos as well as some other music for ensembles. His larger scale works such as sonatas , the four scherzi , the four ballades , the Fantaisie in F minor, Op. 49 , and the Barcarolle in F ♯ major, Op. 60 have cemented a solid place within the piano repertoire, as have his polonaises , mazurkas , waltzes , impromptus and nocturnes .
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  2. List of compositions by Frédéric Chopin by genre - Wikipedia

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    There is a separate list by opus number. Chopin at 25, by Maria Wodzińska, 1835 Most of Chopin's compositions were for solo piano, although he did compose two piano concertos as well as some other music for ensembles.

  3. Frédéric Chopin - Wikipedia

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    Chopin, daguerreotype, by Bisson, c. 1849 Frédéric François Chopin, born Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin (1 March 1810 – 17 October 1849), was a Polish composer and virtuoso pianist of the Romantic period who wrote primarily for solo piano.

  4. Chopin's Works - Complete List | Piano Society

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    Jan 06, 2016 · Chopin's Works - Complete List. The list below is an attempt to complete the list of Chopin's compositions, genre by genre. For each genre, the opus number, key of the work and composition year together with possible necessary additional information are included. The opus number 1 to 65 was published during the lifetime of Chopin.

  5. Frederic Chopin primarily composed music for the piano, although he did write some orchestral music and some music that included a vocal part.

  6. What Did Chopin Compose For? - Answers

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    Apr 18, 2011 · Chopin mainly composed for piano, although he did a few orchestral works or so. His second most major single instrument he composed for was cello.

  7. Classical Composer Frederic Chopin Biography

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    • Chopin Quick Facts
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    Chopin's unique style and genres (Etude, Mazurka, Nocturne, and Waltz) were clearly established before he left Warsaw.
    Chopin preferred to give private, more intimate concerts to smaller crowds of high class "socialites".
    Chopin was able to charge lofty fees for private pianolessons. His tutorship was highly demanded.

    Chopin's father, Mikolaj, tutored the son of Countess Justyna Skarbek at the Countess's estate in Zelazowa Wola. Chopin's mother, Tekla Justyna Kryzanowska, had also been employed there, but at a much younger age. She was the Countess's companion and housekeeper. In 1806, Chopin's parents married. Frederic Chopin was only seven months old when they moved out of the estate to Warsaw. Mikolaj secured a post at the Lyceum and lived in the right wing of the Saxon Palace. Chopin had three siblings.

    Given the current living circumstances, Chopin met and associated with three different classes of people: professors of academia, middle gentry (most of the students attending Lyceum), and the wealthy aristocrats. In 1817, the Lyceum, along with the Chopins, moved to the Kazimierzowski Palace next to the University of Warsaw. Chopin quickly gained several lasting friendships with the boys attending the school long before he enrolled in the university. He was home-schooled until 4th grade.

    Chopin received several years of private lessons from Józef Elsner before attending the High School of Music in 1826. He also took organ lessons in 1823 from Wilhelm Würfel. However, these lessons did not contribute to Chopin's extraordinary keyboard ability; he taught himself. Chopin did learn rules of composition, though, while attending high school. After graduation, he traveled and performed. Back in Warsaw at the age of 20, he performed the F minor Concerto to a crowd of 900.

    Chopin, depressed by the uncertainty of his future (should he be a public performer or not)and by his secret love of Konstancja Gladkowska, set off to Vienna in November of 1830. During his short stay in Vienna, Chopin managed to compose his first nine mazurkas. Chopin departed Vienna in 1831 and headed toward Paris. While in Paris, Chopin gave concerts and earned the friendships of other great pianists such as Lisztand Berlioz. He became the "premiere" piano instructor.

    In 1837, Chopin met a novelist by the name of George Sand. She came from a social class Chopin would consider "bohemian." He once said, "What an unattractive person La Sand is. Is she really a woman?" Nevertheless, a year later they met again and instantly fell in love. Chopin became very ill while staying in Majorca with Sand. However, he was still able to write. He ​mailedseveral preludes to his friend, Pleyel. Upon his recovery, Chopin moved to Sand's manor in Nohant.

    Many of Chopin's greatest works were composedduring his summer stays in Nohant. Although Chopin's works were blossoming, his relationship with Sand was slowly deteriorating. Many family feuds broke out between Sand's children and Chopin. Tensions between Sand and Chopin also increased; apparent in her later writings, "...a strange conclusion to nine years of exclusive friendship." Chopin never fully recovered from the breakup. Chopin died of consumption in 1849.

    Mazurka 1. Op. 68/2 - a minor - 1827 2. Op. 68/3 - F Major - 1830 3. Op. 68/1 - C Major - 1830 4. Op. 67/1 - G Major - 1835 5. Op. 67/3 - C Major - 1835 6. Op. 41/1 - e minor - 1838 7. Op. 68/4 - f minor - 1846 8. Op. 67/4 - a minor - 1846 9. Op. 67/2 - g minor - 1848 Nocturne 1. Op. 72/1 - e minor - 1829 2. Op. 15/3 - g minor - 1832 3. Op. 27/1 - c sharp minor - 1835 4. Op. 27/2 - D Major - 1835 5. Op. 37/1 - g minor - 1838 6. Op. 37/2 - G Major - 1839 Polonaise 1. Op. 71/1 - d minor - 1828 2. Op. 71/2 - B flat Major - 1828 3. Op. 71/3 - f minor - 1828 4. Op. 40/1 - A Major - 1838 5. Op. 40/2 - C Major - 1839 6. Op. 44 - f sharp minor - 1841 7. Op. 53 - A flat Major - 1843

  8. Chopin, Frédéric (1810 - 1849) | Piano Society

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    Jan 05, 2016 · Chopin, Polish pianist and composer. Born in 1810 in Poland (Zelazowa Wola) and perhaps the greatest composer for piano ever. One can ask just about any person, musically interested or not, to name a piano composer and a majority will come up with the name Chopin.

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