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Frédéric Chopin. Andante spianato and grande polonaise for piano & orchestra, Op. Composition Information ↓; Description ↓; Parts/Movements. Andante spianato and Grande Polonaise, Op composer. Frédéric Chopin ( ). Andante spianato: ; Grande Polonaise: /5. The genesis of Chopin’s Grande Polonaise Brillante Op. 22 originates with his youth in Warsaw and his first tours as a virtuoso. Designed as a concert piece with.

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Anddante Best Of Peter Katin. Add to Wish List. Retrieved from ” http: This article needs additional citations for verification. One might observe that in the orchestral version the pianist is freed up to impart a greater sense of keyboard color; and indeed, its mood is a bit more playful. Alfred Brendel Collection, Vol. There is minimal accompaniment from the orchestra here and throughout, but some may prefer this version precisely because of Chopin ‘s sparing use of the various instrumental sections.

The headnote and dating of this work may seem a bit confusing until one understands the background of this piece. PDF scanned by piano.

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What happens in this work as the theme of the polonaise enters has been described in various ways, but always with distinct admiration. Like many of the composer’s creations, there is something sad in its beauty, which to some will always represent the exiled Chopin ‘s homesickness for his country and family.


Ballades No3; Impromptus No2. The end result is a work in grand style, par excellence virtuosic. Essentially, however, one hears much the same music, since the piano is so utterly dominant throughout the orchestral version. The unusual for music word “spianato” means “level” or “smoothed,” and these concepts give an idea of the music’s tone.

Contents 1 Performances 1. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Complete Piano Music, Vol. You will regularly receive information about new scores with free downloads, current prize games and news about our composers. The Grande polonaise brillante is a work for piano and orchestraalthough the piano part is often played on its own.

Andante spianato et grande polonaise brillante

The Complete Original Jacket Collection. Its melody begins to lose itself and diffuse in astonishing fioriture.

Additional taxes may apply. In the piano-orchestral version the piece begins the same way; the introduction, in fact, remains strictly for piano solo. The notes on interpretation not only explain the relatively rare term “spianato” but also explain Chopin’s techniques with respect to trills and appoggiaturas, and tempo rubato. In the winter ofwhile in Vienna, Chopin wrote the Grand Polonaise for piano and orchestra, affixing to it the opus number spianaro Except that the theme of the refrain is altered through variation, and the trio of the dance presents a whole group of themes.


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Ballades No1; Scherzos No2. The dramatic structure of this work — as a whole — is uncomplicated: The Great Pianists, Vol.

Andante spianato and Grand polonaise; Sonata in B minor; Liszt: Deutsche Grammophon DG Copyright: Work Title Andante spianato et Grande polonaise brillante Alt ernative. Anna Malikova Plays Fredric Spuanato. On its return, that distinctly polonaise principal theme takes on a nocturne-like character. The Essential Arthur Rubinstein. The combined work was published inand was dedicated to Madame d’Este.

It was finished at Vienna in From the Album Chopin: InChopin wrote an Andante spianato in G, for piano solo, which he added to the start of the piece, and joined the two parts with a fanfare-like sequence.

Add to MP3 Cart. Ohlsson who won the Chopin International Piano Competition in gives us accounts of this wondrous repertoire in weighty and commanding style, aristocratic and impulsive but not lacking light and shade or contemplative contrasts and, at times, very sensitive and searching.

The Very Best of Chopin. Introspection Late Night Partying. A consoling, mellow theme is next heard and after recalling some of the main material, this section ends quietly.