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Nocturne No. 19 in E Minor op. 72 no. 1
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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E.Hutchence - Composer

To think that the ability to hear Chopin himself play the piano has been lost with time. I would give everything to hear just one recording of Chopin playing the piano.

KnownUnknown

Ok, well then spend your savings on time travel then...

Daniyal_Darko

Will you? Will you give everything?

John Renehan

@Klo true ; have heard some of Rachmaninoff s recordings - and although you hear the majistro in his playing - at times it sounds sloppy and not as magestic as many of todays comtempory classical pianists. However - Rach obviously had the gift of creation , has left a body of work behind that no interpretor of his works - will never go close to replicating .

John Renehan

Here here .....

el colito

@Flying Pen and Paper if You can put this in a translator from spanish to English, it would be great, i can't write rly good in english:
Es interesante lo que tú dices, ese efecto que provoca al sostener el pedal un poco más de lo normal, hasta que suene como una avalancha de sonidos(notas) y luego suelte el pedal y haya un silencio justo después de un caos sonoro, es bastante innovador.
También coincido con lo de que hay que promover el tener más de una interpretación llana y simple de cada pieza, ya que quizás era eso lo que hacía que por ejemplo Chopin sea tan "mágico", quizás era que tenía una forma única de usar el pedal, o de interpretar sus propias obras a otro nivel emocional, nunca lo sabremos.
Thanks for reading

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The AnxietyTime

If you listen to Chopin, and love it, you surely lost one thing that you love very much. Because Chopin is this. You live, but unfortunately, something goes wrong, and hits you from your deepest feelings...

SKYAL Millegra

C'est une manière pour moi de me sentir vivant..

Existence Stuff

I have yet to lose someone really close to me, but my mom did, she lost her grandmother who was a big lover of classical music, especially Brahms and Chopin, and when my mom lost her, she played this piece in the little room where her piano stood, crying. I remember standing outside as a child and looking into the room and it felt like I had known my great grandmother like my mom did. And I grieve both at the thought of this lady that I only have vague memories of and that I will never meet her only through the stories that my family will tell me but also that a person like Chopin was so self-conscious and perfectionistic and depressed, could have such a great impact on so many people after his tragic death . How much he trained and worked and to unintentionally be able to bring back the memories of people you never have known from the first note is a power that he should have known about. I know that this is all through association and that the structure of the piece itself has nothing to do with it but if I could, I would love to tell him and have a conversation about it with him.

thunderstar86

Yeah I couldn’t relate before but when I lost my grandpa this august I was playing polonaise ”adieu” and it hit memoike a truck

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