Frédéric Chopin

(1810 - 1849)

The reputation of the Polish-born composer rests on approximately thirty public performances and a relatively small body of work, almost all of it written for piano. Noted for his lyrical romanticism, his innovations in harmony, composition, and technique redefined the breadth and power of his instrument.

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Voices In Time

1848 | Edinburgh

Loose Screws

Chopin visits the British Isles.More

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