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Nocturnes Op. 32: No. 1 in B major. Andante sostenuto
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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Chopin, capable of making a piece in a major key signature sound sad...

Dundo Maroje

@Shrish Jawadiwar 9ko o9 k9ii

backwoodz ninja

interestingly my edition says this Nocturne is in G# minor although there is nothing musically to indicate that.


this also applies to waltz op.69 n.1, in A flat major

Saum Dehganpour

That’s bc he changes the keys of the piece lmao, he either goes to relative minor or really any key he wants bc when making a piece it’s your choice to do what you want

Piano’s Blox World

What a depressing talent. Someone can make a minor key sound happy?

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Lawrence Y

After experiencing sad days, Chopin always makes me feel better.

soapy owl

hes is also very relaxing to listen to after stressful days. i hope i can make calming pieces as good as this one day


Really? Chopin always makes me upset at everyone and the world. Seriously sad sometimes. I always listen to him though because I am addicted, who that has discovered Chopin isn't or hasn't been at some point in their lives isn't addicted?

alan walton-harrod

Chopin at his best, the first composer that moved me truly, in my youth it was the 1812, and Dance of the hours which i listened to on my grandads old stereo record player in the 1960s then Swan Lake, then Beethovens sonatas, then when things got difficult I heard Tamas Vasary playing the Nocturnes and they moved me and still thirty years later move me to wonder and do things to my soul, (not very poetic I know but nevertheless true). he is the best for me. Romantic and uplifting and makes you realise how much passion there is inside you still.

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