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Chopin By Hiram Cushing
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godfather and gave his name to the new-born offspring of his tutor. Little Frederick's residence at the village cannot have been of long duration. The establishment of the Grand Duchy of Warsaw in... More > 1807 had ushered in a time big with chances for a capable man, and we may be sure th< Less
Kate Chopin Series: At Fault By Kate Chopin
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At Fault by Kate Chopin is a classic potboiler covering a forgotten part of American history with every chapter unleashing new drama. Although written by a careful student of great writers, with an... More > interesting moral theme and strong characterization, the format doesn't give the characters room to breath and the work is unsatisfying and frustrating - more like a series of short stories than a novel. ISBN: 978-1-105-28884-5< Less
Kate Chopin Series: The Awakening By Kate Chopin
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The Awakening by Kate Chopin, first published in 1899 is set in New Orleans and the Southern Louisiana coast at the end of the nineteenth century, the plot centers around Edna Pontellier and her... More > struggle to reconcile her increasingly unorthodox views on femininity and motherhood with the prevailing social attitudes of the turn-of-the-century South. It is one of the earliest American novels that focuses on women's issues without condescension. It is also widely seen as a landmark work of early feminism. The novel's blend of realistic narrative, incisive social commentary, and psychological complexity makes The Awakening a precursor of American modernism; it prefigures the works of American novelists such as William Faulkner and Ernest Hemingway and echoes the works of contemporaries such as Edith Wharton and Henry James. ISBN: 978-1-105-28791-6< Less
Life of Chopin By Franz Liszt
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The Tale of Chopin By Lauren Stuckey
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In The Tale of Chopin, a young boy faces ridicule for his heritage but through his love for piano and composing learns that his heritage makes him unique. He learns to be proud of who he is and in... More > doing so creates a new musical sound.< Less
THE LIFE OF CHOPIN By Franz Liszt
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For those of us used to polished, texture rich, almost visual, biographies this short biography will seem strange. It is the work of perhaps the great pianist of all time, and a man who was himself... More > by no means a second rate composer, commenting on the life and work of a composer, performer, and great friend he himself greatly admired. Fredrick Chopin had a short life. His writings were not extensive. He left us, however, with some of the most beautiful piano music ever written.< Less
THE LIFE OF CHOPIN By Franz Liszt
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For those of us used to polished, texture rich, almost visual, biographies this short biography will seem strange. It is the work of perhaps the great pianist of all time, and a man who was himself... More > by no means a second rate composer, commenting on the life and work of a composer, performer, and great friend he himself greatly admired. Fredrick Chopin had a short life. His writings were not extensive. He left us, however, with some of the most beautiful piano music ever written.< Less
Life of Chopin By Alfreda Rasmus
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martial yet courtly bearing. "Martial yet courtly:" do not these two epithets almost define the Polish character? In the original the very name of the dance is masculine; it is only in... More > consequence of a misconception that it has been translated in other tongues into the feminine gender. Those who have never seen the KONTUSZ worn, (it is a kind of O< Less
Chopin Complete Rondos - Piano Sheet Music By Frederic Chopin
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With Elsner, composition studies began with the polonaise, but it was immediately followed by rondos and variations (Tomaszewski) The rondo appeared in the Chopin oeuvre as an autonomous work on five... More > occasions, in his youthful years in Warsaw and subsequently in his early Parisian period (1833). It is this musical form that carries the opus number 1: the Rondo in C minor, by the fifteen-year-old Fryderyk, written and published in 1825. So the rondos composed by Chopin are on the one hand testimony to the young composer acquainting himself with one of the basic classical forms (the rondo of the Viennese Classics: Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven and their imitators), but on the other hand a way of composing in the dazzling and then fashionable style brillant, which for the young pianist Fryderyk was a matter of considerable importance. Rondo in C, Op 1 Rondo a la Mazur, Op 5 Introduction and Rondo, Op 16< Less
Chopin and Other Musical Essays By Henry T. Finck
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Chopin and Other Musical Essays by Henry T. Finck, published in 1894. This ebook has six chapters, Chopin, the greatest genius of the pianoforte; how composers work; Schumann,as mirrored in his... More > letters; Italian and German vocal styles; German opera in New York.< Less

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