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Wonderful Music by Chopin

Posted on 1/7/2013 at 06:20 - 0 Comments - Post Comment - Link

Frederic Chopin was born in Warsaw in 1810 to a French father and Polish mother. Chopin taught himself to play the piano and he was a student of a pianist Wojciech Zywny. Viennese Classicism and the works of Johann Sebastian Bach were introduced to young Chopin by this man.

Chopin studied musical composition in the High School of Music In his home town of Warsaw.





Listen to an amazing composition composed by Chopin. Some more pieces to enjoy are Chopin Preludes and Etude no 3



Hi just didn't like the provincialism of Poland which brought an internal turmoil in his 20s between this and his love of his country. He had a career as a pianist which required a tour throughout Europe. Inside he didn't like the public pianist-composer life and the enormous attention it came with. While performing the F minor Fantasy and

Chopin Nocturne in c sharp minor in Vienna, he heard about an uprising in home town up against the Russian rulers.

His impulse was to go back home, but his good friends convinced him not.

His return to Poland was made inconceivable after the victory of the Russian rulers.

He felt an overwhelming sense of coming home, as he moved on to Paris after the events in Poland. He was truly captivated by this city's cultural variety and in addition there were rather a lot Polish émigrés who had to escape from the war in their home country.

Franz Liszt and Hector Berlioz were just some of the artists Chopin met and became friends with while living in Paris.

Coaxing The Baby To Sleep: A Violinist's Hand-Picked Lullabies

Posted on 13/5/2013 at 01:21 - 0 Comments - Post Comment - Link

Rachel Barton Pine says that while recording an album of music designed to help babies sleep, it helped to keep her own infant daughter in mind.

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The Chrome Depot

Posted on 6/5/2013 at 00:10 - 0 Comments - Post Comment - Link

Fridays are funnier with a classical cartoon at noon from Deceptive Cadence.

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The Conductor Who Gained Power By Giving It Up

Posted on 28/4/2013 at 01:05 - 0 Comments - Post Comment - Link

What impressed most about Colin Davis wasn't his extraordinarily broad view of music and art, his eloquent turns of phrase, or even his naughty sense of humor, but it was instead something less tangible ? his sense of self.

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How Do You Handle Loneliness On The Road?

Posted on 25/4/2013 at 00:10 - 0 Comments - Post Comment - Link

The refreshingly open American mezzo Joyce DiDonato doles out some great advice ? and not just to aspiring singers. In her latest YouTube video, she tackles subjects ranging from alienation to friendships to creating a life free from expectations of what's "right."

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Portrait Of The Heldentenor As A Young Man

Posted on 19/4/2013 at 00:27 - 0 Comments - Post Comment - Link

Fridays are funnier with a classical cartoon at noon, from Deceptive Cadence.

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Huberman's List: How A Violinist Saved Jews In World War II

Posted on 15/4/2013 at 00:45 - 0 Comments - Post Comment - Link

The story of how legendary violinist Bronis?aw Huberman used his prestige and fame toward a heroic end inspired a documentary film. See the trailer and learn more about the founding of what became the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra.

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Live At Carnegie Hall: Jonathan Biss and The Elias String Quartet

Posted on 2/4/2013 at 00:15 - 0 Comments - Post Comment - Link

In an art form filled with tortured souls, Robert Schumann stands out ? even more than 150 years after his death. Hear one of America's finest young pianists and an emerging English string quartet play music by the visionary composer, as well as music by Mozart and artists Schumann influenced.

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Stradivari Is My Co-Pilot

Posted on 24/3/2013 at 00:42 - 0 Comments - Post Comment - Link

Fridays are funnier with a classical cartoon at noon, from Deceptive Cadence.

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Frederic Chopin - A Great Master

Posted on 18/3/2013 at 01:12 - 0 Comments - Post Comment - Link

Frédéric Chopin was born in 1810. He was born in Warsaw, his father was French and mother was Polish. Chopin taught himself to play the piano and also he was a student of a pianist Wojciech Zywny. Viennese Classicism and the works of Johann Sebastian Bach were introduced to young Chopin by this man. Chopin attended the High School of Music in his home town of Warsaw, where he was officially trained in musical composition.

The video contains one of the most popular compositions. Other popular pieces are Chopin Studies and Chopin Revolutionary Etude

Hi just didn't like the provincialism of Poland which in turn brought an internal turmoil in his 20s between this and his passion for his country. Internally the man just didn't have fun with the public pianist-composer lifestyle and the huge attention it came with, but he had a career as a pianist which in turn demanded a concert tour throughout Europe. Chopin found out about the rebellion against the Russian rulers while performing in Vienna. The rebellion occurred in Warsaw. Even though he wanted to rush home, his friends convinced him otherwise. The Russian rulers triumphed so his return to Poland turned out to be impossible. He felt an overwhelming feeling of coming home, when he moved on to Paris after the situation in Poland. He was really captivated by this city's cultural variety and also there were quite a lot Polish émigrés who had to escape from the rivalry in their home country. Franz Liszt and Hector Berlioz were just a few of the artists Chopin met and became friends with while being in Paris.

Carnegie Hall Live: Golijov's 'St. Mark Passion'

Posted on 13/3/2013 at 15:19 - 0 Comments - Post Comment - Link

Hear one of the most exciting pieces of 21st-century music: a new retelling of Jesus' last days, from the Latin American and Jewish perspectives, courtesy of composer Osvaldo Golijov and his vibrant cast of collaborators. The result is "as if musical history were starting over."
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