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Contents 1 Performances 1. Chopin is known to have studied Bach's music, although he is not known to have performed it publicly. Harold C. Schonberg , in The Great Pianists , writes: "It also is hard to escape the notion that Chopin was very familiar with Hummel 's now-forgotten Op.
Czernicheff Elisaweta Tschernyschewa , and contains widely extending basses and highly expressive and effective chromatic modulations over a rather uniform thematic basis. Kallberg gave it this nickname for its similarities to Giuseppe Tartini 's violin sonata known as The Devil's Trill , Tartini being a likely influence on Chopin.
The original signature was hastily scrawled more so than usual of Chopin's original manuscripts. Kallberg's realisation of the prelude from Chopin's almost illegible sketches goes no further than where Chopin left off. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Prelude Op. Giorgi Latso. Main article: Prelude No. The Musical Times. Grove Music Online. Oxford Music Online. Retrieved 19 January Willard A Palmer ed. Chopin: Preludes for the Piano. Alfred Music Publishing. Chopin Preludes For the Piano.
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Problems playing this file? See media help. The first complete recording of both sets was made in England in by the South African pianist Adolph Hallis.
The titles of the preludes are highly significant, both in terms of their descriptive quality and in the way they were placed in the written score. The titles are written at the end of each work,  allowing the performer to experience each individual sound world without being influenced by Debussy's titles beforehand.
At least one of the titles is poetically vague: the exact meaning of Voiles , the title of the second prelude of the first book, is impossible to determine for certain, since plural nouns do not distinguish genders as the singular forms may do in French, voiles can mean either "veils" or "sails".
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