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Chopin, Marisa Robles - Mazurkas / Preludes / Marche Funebre mp3 album

  • Performer: Chopin
  • Title: Mazurkas / Preludes / Marche Funebre
  • Genre: Classical
  • Formats: MP2 RA AHX AIFF DXD MPC MP1
  • Released: 1982
  • Style: Romantic
  • MP3 album: 1151 mb
  • FLAC album: 1710 mb
  • Rating: 4.2/5
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Chopin, Marisa Robles - Mazurkas / Preludes / Marche Funebre mp3 album

Feuille D'album, O. ost. Marche Funebre, O. 2, N.

Instructive Ausgabe, Vo. II: Mazurkas (p. 0-85) Berlin: Schlesinger'sche Buch-und Musikhandlung, 1883. Co-issue - New York: G. Schirmer, 1883. Piano Music by Frédéric Chopin. Largo in E-flat major, . 09. Marche funèbre, O. 2 N. Moderato in E major, . 51. Rondo à la mazur, O.

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Over the years 1825–1849, Frédéric Chopin wrote at least 59 mazurkas for piano, based on the traditional Polish dance: 58 have been published. 45 during Chopin's lifetime, of which 41 have opus numbers. 13 posthumously, of which 8 have posthumous opus numbers

Marche funèbre in C minor, Op. 72 No. 2. Frédéric Chopin. 11. Fugue in A minor. Feuille d'album in E.

Print and download in PDF or MIDI Marche Funébre - Frédéric Chopin (1810-1849). Free sheet music for Piano.

Chopin: Piano Sonata, 4 mazurkas, 24 preludes. 4 Mazurkas for Piano, Op.

The Marche funèbre exists in countless arrangements and is performed at funerals all over the world (including Chopin's own funeral), having become an archetypal evocation of death. 1 Historical background. Some time after writing the Marche funèbre, Chopin composed the other movements, completing the entire sonata by 1839. In a letter on 8 August 1839, addressed to Fontana, Chopin wrote: I am writing here a Sonata in B flat minor which will contain my March which you already know.


A1 Mazurka, Op.7, No.1 2:56
A2 Prelude, Op.28, No.20 1:53
A3 Mazurka, Op.24, No.3 3:10
A4 Prelude, Op.28, No.15, Raindrop 5:49
A5 Mazurka, Op.7, No.5 0:54
A6 Mazurka, Op.24, No.1 3:34
A7 Feuille D'album, Op.post. 1:51
B1 Prelude, Op.28, No.4 2:25
B2 Mazurka, Op.68, No.3 2:19
B3 Mazurka, Op.7, No.3 3:50
B4 Marche Funebre, Op.72, No.2 5:36
B5 Prelude, Op.28, No.7 0:49
B6 Largo, Op.post. 1:55
B7 Prelude, Op.28, No.6 2:01
B8 Mazurka, Op.68, No.2 2:32

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  • Recorded At – Church Of St George The Martyr, London


  • Composed By – Chopin*
  • Harp – Marisa Robles


Sleeve notes in English, French and German.
Sleeve printed in England by Robert Stace & Co. Ltd.
℗ 1982 The Decca Record Company Limited, London.
© 1982 The Decca Record Company Limited, London.

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