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]
My Heavens! I love Chopin!
by Zachary Pierceon June 9th, 2009
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.
thank you II
by anonymouson December 24th, 2006
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]