Before there was Glenn Gould or Liberace, before there was Vladimir Horowitz, before there was Arthur Rubinstein . . . there was Frederic Chopin.
One of music’s first true superstars, Chopin set hearts aflutter around the world with some of the most beautiful piano compositions of the Romantic Era. Beloved by fans as well as contemporaries like Franz Liszt and Robert Schumann, the brilliant yet fragile Chopin created an astonishing body of work in his short lifetime.
This comprehensive collection of Chopin’s technically demanding work includes 26 preludes, 21 nocturnes, and 19 waltezes. Among the favorites are such classics as:
- Prelude in A-flat Major (1834)
- Nocturne in C-sharp minor (1830)
- Nocturne in C minor (1837)
- Waltzes in A-flat major (1830), E-flat Major (1840), and A minor (1843)
|Publisher:||Echo Point Books & Media|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.52(d)|