Frédéric Chopin wrote a number of preludes for piano solo. His cycle of 24 Preludes, Op. 28, covers all major and minor keys. In addition, Chopin wrote three other preludes: a prelude in C♯ minor, Op. 45; a piece in A♭ major from 1834; and an unfinished piece in E♭ minor. These are sometimes referred to as Nos. 25, 26, and 27, respectively. Chopin's 24 Preludes, Op. 28, are a set of short pieces for the piano, one in each of the twenty-four keys, originally published in 1839.
Préludes (24) for piano, Op. 28. 1. No. 1 in C major. 8. 8 in F sharp minor. Feuille d'album in E. Frédéric Chopin.
Listen to music from Frédéric Chopin, Nikita Magaloff like Ecossaise No. 1 in D, Op. 72 No. 3, Préludes, Op. 28: No. 1 in C Major & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Frédéric Chopin, Nikita Magaloff.
Magaloff Nikita Frederic Chopin: Scherzo U Cis-Molu, Op. 39. (play). Nikita Magaloff Tarantelle in A flat, O. 3. Nikita Magaloff Waltz N. in A Minor, O. 4 N. Nikita Magaloff Rondeau in C minor, O. Nikita Magaloff Polonaise in A flat, O. osth.
Features Song Lyrics for Frédéric Chopin feat. Nikita Magaloff's The Classical Guide to Chopin album. Nikita Magaloff Lyrics. The Classical Guide to Chopin Album. Frédéric Chopin Feat. Nikita Magaloff - The Classical Guide To Chopin Album. Artist: Frédéric Chopin feat. Send "Frédéric Chopin Feat. Nikita Magaloff" Ringtones to your Cell. Album: The Classical Guide To Chopin. 0. No songs for The Classical Guide to Chopin yet.
Album · 2012 · 20 Songs. Chopin: The 21 Nocturnes. 300 Minutes of Chopin. Chopin: the Four Impromptus. Chopin: The Complete Piano Music. Chopin: Piano Sonata No. 2008. Chopin: 24 Preludes, Piano Sonata No.
Nikita Magaloff was a Chopin specialist and a teacher whose students included Martha Argerich and a number of other well-known pianists. These recordings, made in 1975, display an understanding of Chopin that he gradually honed over decades and finally committed to disc near the end of his career. And the sound quality is excellent-I've never heard a piano recorded more beautifully than this.
|Préludes, Op. 28|
|1 - 1||No. 1 in C|
|1 - 2||No. 2 in A minor|
|1 - 3||No. 3 in G|
|1 - 4||No. 4 in E minor|
|1 - 5||No. 5 in D|
|1 - 6||No. 6 in B minor|
|1 - 7||No.7 in A|
|1 - 8||No. 8 in F sharp minor|
|1 - 9||No.9 in E|
|1 - 10||No. 10 in C sharp minor|
|1 - 11||No. 11 in B|
|1 - 12||No. 12 in G sharp minor|
|1 - 13||No. 13 in F sharp|
|1 - 14||No. 14 in E flat minor|
|1 - 15||No. 15 in D flat|
|2 - 1||No. 16 in B flat minor|
|2 - 2||No. 17 in A flat|
|2 - 3||No. 18 in F minor|
|2 - 4||No. 19 in E flat|
|2 - 5||No. 20 in C minor|
|2 - 6||No. 21 in B flat|
|2 - 7||No. 22 in G minor|
|2 - 8||No. 23 in F|
|2 - 9||No. 24 in D minor|
|Prélude Op. 45|
|2 - 10||No. 25 in C sharp minor||6:31|
|Prélude Op. posth.|
|2 - 11||No. 26 in A flat||0:50|
|3 Nouvelles Etudes ''Méthode des méthodes'' Op. posth.|
|2 - 12||No. 1 in F minor||2:37|
|2 - 13||No. 2 in D flat||1:46|
|2 - 14||No. 3 in A flat|