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Waltzes (COMPLETE) sheet music for piano solo by Frederic Chopin
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Rating: 5 Chopin Waltzes - OP Posthumous by on March 1, 2011 @8:35 am PST
I find Chopin Waltzes -OP Posthumous - are suited to the pianistic capabilities of amatuers like me
I have started on the A Minor Waltz - I recommemd this to aspiring amatuers.
[this review is about Waltzes (collection 4) included in this item]
Rating: 5 My Heavens! I love Chopin! by on June 9, 2009 @8:39 pm PST
Speaking of Chopin, I looked up eternal sonata which is a video game with Chopin's music in it. Chopin is one of the characters in this game.
Rating: 5 thank you II on December 24, 2006 @12:14 pm PST
You (virtual) said "ALL" the valses are included. So what about that posthumous? Grande Valzer Brillante. The nearest thing to it (ie . the debut part) is the Op. 18.
Note that I'm not trying to be smart, just curious. Also I wish to correct myself concerning that Serenade (Schub.) that I priorly mentioned, not that it will make much difference.
Note again, that I had to go thru all you waltzes, searching for the Grande Valse. Thanks thrice.

Yet, again, the Grande Valzer goes by the code Op. 18 , which makes me wonder, since one of your items is by that number. The Valse was dedicated to a Signorina? Laura Harsford, and was published in 1834,I think.

Bye Marvel, and I hope I will not be of those "lovers of themselves", at the end of the days, it says.
[this review is about Waltzes (collection 1) included in this item]

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