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    Frederic Chopin

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    Chopin pioneered the idea of creating a true artistic form from technical exercises, making his etudes historically important. Each etude has its own musical story to tell even though they adhere to a basic principle as a means to train and refine the performer’s technique. They are not simply dry and repetitive exercises like etudes prior to Chopin. There’s emotion behind his etudes that transcends from technicality and mere note playing to a true virtuosic artistry that is executed with delicate

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    Frederic Chopin

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    Frederic Chopin Frederic Chopin, the Polish composer and pianist, was born on March 1,1810, according to the statements of the artist himself and his family, but according to his baptismal certificate, which was written several weeks after his birth, the date was 22 February. His birthplace was the village of Zelazowa Wola, part of the Duchy of Warsaw. The musical talent of Frederic became apparent extremely early on, and it was compared with the childhood genius of Mozart. Already at the age

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    is the sweet harmonies a composer creates that defines who he is. One of these gifted composers was Frederic Chopin, born on February 22, 1810 in Zelazowa Wola, Poland. Young Chopin was already composing by the age of eight and as his musical career developed he became known as a master of piano composition. Although he was often misunderstood and compared to others in his field, Frederic Chopin was the greatest romantic composer in European history because of his modifications to the piano, his

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    Frederic Chopin, a Polish Nationalistic composer of the Romantic period, is a famous musician. Chopin’s compositions are individualistic to his talent and love of the piano. Chopin lived in Warsaw as a child and spent a great deal of his life living Paris amongst other artists of the Romantic period. He was influenced by people surrounding him and even more from his childhood in Poland. The Polonaise-Fantaisie in A-Flat major opus 61, is musically representative of Chopin and the Romantic period

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    This piece is typical of Chopin but with a slight twist. The Polonaise-Fantaisie is what some people may consider to be a transitional piece because it sits between the romantic and modern period. But after listening to this piece, it is the epitome of Romantic music. Everything about this polonaise is unique and complex. It takes an extraordinary musician to pull off his music as intended. Frederic Chopin (1810-1849) was a genius Polish pianist and composer of piano music. As a pianist, his talents

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    Freric Chopin Biography

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    Frédéric Chopin, a music composer of the Romantic Era, was born on March 1, 1810 as Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin in Żelazowa Wola, Poland, yet was stated to be born on February 22 on his baptismal certificate. His parents, Mikołaj (Nicolas) Chopin and Tekla Justyna Krzyżanowska, had 3 other children (Ludwika, Izabela, and Emilia), while growing up in a middle class family. His mother brought piano into his life at the age of 6 while his sister, Ludwika, gave him his first few piano lessons. At the

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    Benjamin Morris Neidlinger Music Appreciation 3-20-17 Chopin Semester Project Frederic Chopin was a composer, teacher, and pianist born on March 1, 1810 in Zelazowa Wola, Poland. He was raised in a musical family as his mother and his sister played piano. At a very young age, he would listen to them play the piano, and not long after he was trying to play their repertoire while trying to make up his tunes. He officially started getting piano lessons at the age of seven, lasting six years, but

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    Romantic era that brought us great composers like Frederick Chopin, yet another child prodigy who helped shape the next period of music and brought us into the modern music we know today. Chopin, a man who lived during a time of Russian revolutions, and the strife and

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    Chopin Mazurkas Op 17

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    piano written by Frederic Chopin. This piece was composed and published between 1832 and 1833. Frederic Chopin was a romantic-era polish composer. He lived in Warsaw when he was younger and by the age of 20 had already completed his education and composed various pieces of music. Chopin only gave about 30 performances in public because he preferred salons, which are small recitals, and growing up supported himself by selling his composition while also giving private piano lessons. Chopin died at age 39

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    Frédéric Chopin was born on March 1, 1810 , in Zelazowa Wola , near Warsaw , Poland. His father was a Frenchman who taught in Poland. His mother, Polish , was an educated woman. Chopin exhibited his musical potential as a child, and in 1817 began receiving music lessons from the famous Professor Wojciech Zwyny ( 1756-1842 ) . In a recital the following year the eight year old boy played the difficult piano concerto Adabert Gyrowetz Bohemian composer ( 1763-1850 ) . Towards the ten years he had already

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