Nocturnes, Op. 15 (Chopin)
Misc. Notes, The principal editor of the Nocturnes was Woldemar Bargiel. Publication date from Hofmeister's Verzeichnis. Original scans: dpi, grayscale .2017
Dearest readers, it has been a couple of weeks since my last post, but my Masters degree has had to take priority. Not long until I can blog much more regularly! This piece was chosen by my very good friend, Dominik, as it was recently his birthday, so I hope you enjoy this blog! In , only six months after Chopin was born, the family moved to Warsaw where Nicolas gained a job teaching French at the Warsaw Lyceum. This meant the family were housed in the Saxon Palace, and it was here that Chopin began receiving informal music lessons.
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The Nocturnes, Op. The work was published in January , and was dedicated to Ferdinand Hiller. Chopin's fourth nocturne, it was composed in in simple ternary form A-B-A. The first section in F major is marked Andante cantabile while the second section in F minor is fast and dramatic Con fuoco. The first section, Larghetto mm.
This page lists all recordings of Nocturne No. The quality, both of DG's chosen recordings and the set's general presentation, is just about as good as it gets. This release includes a digital booklet. Browse: Chopin - Nocturne No. Showing 1 - 10 of 92 results.
Krystian Zimerman - Chopin - Nocturne in F-sharp minor, Op 15, No 2
Nocturnes, Op.15 (Chopin, Frederic)
Genre: Nocturne. Schlesinger Nocturnes Op. The Nocturne in F major was published in December , simultaneously in Paris and Leipzig slightly later in London , together with the two other works comprising opus Like two of the three nocturnes from the previous set Op. Already in the last nocturne from opus 9, in the key of B major, Chopin had applied the principle of strong contrast and the poetic of a sudden shift in the middle section of the work. In the F major Nocturne from Op. It should be added that the tempest then suddenly disappears, giving way to the returning music of the opening.