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Mazurka Op. 17/4 In A Minor
Frédéric Chopin Lyrics


We have lyrics for these tracks by Frédéric Chopin:

Hulanka Szynkareczko szafareczko Co ty robisz stój Tam się śmiejesz …
Moja Pieszczotka Moja pieszczotka gdy w wesołej chwili Pocznie szczebiotać i …
Narzeczony Wiatr zaszumiał między krzewy Nie w czas nie w czas koniu Ni…
Nie Ma Czego Trzeba Mgła mi do oczu zawiewa z łona W prawo i w…
Precz Z Moich Oczu Precz z moich oczu Posłucham od razu Precz z mego serca I se…
Sliczny Chlopiec Wzniosły smukły i młody O nielada urody Śliczny chłopiec cze…
Smutna Rzeka Rzeko z cudzoziemców strony Czemu nurt twój tak zmącony Czy …
Zyczenie Gdybym ja była słoneczkiem na niebie Nie świeciłabym jak tyl…

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Wet Rich

Although this piece sounds like the work of a man with a lifetime of experience, it's amazing to think that he was only 22 when he wrote this!

tctyt

@Miguel Khalil indeed a prodigy!

Miguel Khalil

@Lives of Orthodox Saints ohhh fuckin genius.

Lives of Orthodox Saints

It was actually a revision of an earlier version he wrote when he was 14!

Dave Lee

That blows me away, too, much like Orson Welles creating Citizen Kane at such a young age.

Marc Amengual

My god, there is no one piece of Chopin that don't get me astonished, this is simply amazing... That end! That end! Unbearably beautiful

Jingqing Chai

Yes indeed! Even though I suck at music theory, I can still find beauty in it. For example:
1. Normally chord progressions resolve early on—yet the key is A minor, and Chopin does not actually return to A minor until like 20 measures in.
2. A lot of the melancholy in this piece has to do with how he prolongs resolution or cadences as much as possible(see 1.) but also as you mentioned, the end! It does not actually end on A minor, it leaves you with a cliffhanger. You expect to hear more, because that's just how our ears and brains work—and Chopin knows that so he cuts it off there.
3. Unrelated to the two previous things I said, but I thought it was interesting to point out: In the first measure on the second line at 0:59, at the BBBBCB sextuplet, notice how that's 6 notes. But later at the last measure in the first line at 1:46, it becomes only BBCB, which is 4 notes. Finally, at it's ultimate return before the piece concludes, in the first measure of the first line at 3:18, it becomes shortened to only BCB, which is just 3 notes.

Stephen Jablonsky

My friends below have not gone far enough when they say this may be the best mazurka ever. It may be one of the greatest piano pieces ever written. I am always blown away by Chopin's consummate taste. He does the most with the fewest notes. This is sheer perfection.

Frédéric CHOPIN

Yes

Dave Lee

I could not have put it better. This piece -- and this recording -- are perfection.

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