Chopin – Etudes

38.99

Chopin – Etudes
Cat. no. CDB007 – 1944307
Music disc: CD-AUDIO


Performer:
Krzysztof Jabłoński – piano


CD content:

ETUDES op. 10:
1. Nr 1 in C major – 1'52″
2. Nr 2 in A minor – 1'28″
3. Nr 3 in E major – 3'40″
4. Nr 4 in C sharp minor – 1'59″
5. Nr 5 in G flat major – 1'37″
6. Nr 6 in E flat minor – 2'29″
7. Nr 7 in C major – 1'33″
8. Nr 8 in F major – 2'24″
9. Nr 9 in F minor – 2'14″
10. Nr 10 in A flat major – 2'06″
11. Nr 11 in E flat major – 2'25″
12. Nr 12 in C minor – 2'26″

ETUDES op. 25
13. Nr 1 in A flat major – 2'14″
14. Nr 2 in F minor – 1'22″
15. Nr 3 in F major – 1'55″
16. Nr 4 in A minor – 1'50″
17. Nr 5 in E minor – 2'57″
18. Nr 6 in G sharp minor – 2'02″
19. Nr 7 in C sharp minor – 4'58″
20. Nr 8 in D flat major – 1'16″
21. Nr 9 in G flat major – 0'59″
22. Nr 10 in B minor – 3'52″
23. Nr 11 in A minor – 3'34″
24. Nr 12 in C minor – 2'17″

THREE STUDIES MAETHODE DES MAETHODES
25. Nr 1 in F minor – 2'05″
26. Nr 2 in A flat major – 1'45″
27. Nr 3 in D flat major – 1'41″

Total time – 62’20”


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Description

Etudes

This etude has left the impression of a miraculous phantom vision which we – half dreaming – longed to grasp again, wrote R Schumann about the Etude in A flat major. His opinion is adequate in relation not only to this one composition. Each of Chopin’s etudes displays obvious peculiar poetics and it is this poetics and not pianist technique, that is unequivocally associated with the form of an etude.

In 1829 in Warsaw Chopin heard Paganini’s concertos. They inspired him and made him refer to the form which aims at mastering a specific technical problem or a spectacle of performing skills. Similarly to etudes by composers of this days: Clementi, Cramer, Czerny, Hummel and others, Chopin’s two series Op. 10 and 25 (with three complementary works written for Méthode des Méthodes) include full array of training method of articulations and texture (thirds, sixth, octaves, chords, arpeggio, passage, chromatic, staccato and legato etudes, etc.). Elements of extremely difficult pianist technique are extraordinarily strong in the etudes. Aware of these difficulties, which are pianists` Rubicon up to this day, Chopin dedicated his etudes to F. Liszt, the virtuoso of that time.

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Weight 100 g

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