Frédéric Chopin

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Carl Pieper Technical studies to Chopins etudes

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Pieper Chopin Studien heft 1.pdf
Carl Pieper's Technical studies to Chopins etudes (dating 1909).
I only have book 1, so only (preparing) studies for Op. 10.
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Re: Frédéric Chopin

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Does anyone have a copy of the nocturne op 9 n°2 in the version played by Lisitsa. Has this score been published ?
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Re: Frédéric Chopin

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Chopin Nocturne Op.9 No.2 Mikuli-Koczalski.pdf
HTIEKFR wrote:Does anyone have a copy of the nocturne op 9 n°2 in the version played by Lisitsa. Has this score been published ?
Thanks
The additional ornaments and cadenzas that Chopin wrote into his students' copies of the scores were collected by Mikuli, who gave them to his student, Raoul Koczalski. This score was transcribed from Koczalski's wonderful recording:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VRmek8kADWA

Many thanks to the person who did the careful transcription.


An additional cadenza for the end of the piece was discovered by Professor Jeff Kallberg:

http://en.chopin.nifc.pl/=files/doc/269 ... 006_en.pdf


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Re: Frédéric Chopin

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Thank you very much this is wonderful
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Re: Frédéric Chopin

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Really interesting to have these variants and I certainly am enjoying incorporating them into this famous piece.
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Re: Frédéric Chopin

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Metamorphosis:

Play the left hand alone of Chopin's Etude op. 10 No. 10
in four-four time, Andante, slightly highlighting
the top notes - and - strangely enough it sound like...
Mendelssohn!
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Re: Frédéric Chopin

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Mendelssohn, hey? Guess we'll be scratching our heads on this one for a while!
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Re: Frédéric Chopin

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Did anyone know this ?
Bellini Chopin Casta diva.pdf
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Re: Frédéric Chopin

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Thank you paolor. There's also a YouTube recording of it.
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Re: Frédéric Chopin

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Hello, does anybody have a score or facsimile of a b-flat minor mazurka catalogued KK. anh Ia/8? To my knowledge It's a very rare piece of music given that I cannot find any recordings anywhere, or even any info in the slightest.
I made a thread about this on another popular piano forum but was unable to find it. I did find however an almost equally rare score of a D Major Mazurka KK. anh Ia/1 but I'm not sure if the score/transcription is in public domain.

Mazurka in D Major
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vv0gRJ8I-Ig

The poster of this video found the facsimile in Krystyna Kobylkanska's book "Chopin in der Heimat. Andenken und Urkunden", so it's possible the mazurka in B-flat Minor, along with other rarities like the Prelude and Andantino animato KK Anh Ia/2-3 can be found in her books. There is information on these pieces in Krystyna Kobylkanska's "Frédéric Chopin: Thematisch-bibliographisches Werkverzeichnis" along with some incipits of the pieces in question. Unfortunately I don't have the time or money to investigate further, I would really appreciate some help! :D
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