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Chopin

Frédéric (François) . 1810--49, Polish composer and pianist active in France, who wrote chiefly for the piano: noted for his harmonic imagination and his lyrical and melancholy qualities
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The final performance featured a country-sounding interpretation of the same polonaise that opened the evening, closing the night in a circle of Chopin.
There will be three major events through year-long celebration of Chopin 2010.
Another familiar face to Sunderland audiences, the impressive Czech pianist Martin Kasik, returns on October 19 with a Chopin and Rachmaninov programme, while on November 9 the young Catalan virtuoso Nestor Bayona Piffare makes his society debut with works by Bach, Haydn, Chopin and Brahms, along with Halffter's Cadencia VII and two pieces from Albeniz's Iberia.
We want to bring Chopin to children," said Malgorzata Wejsis- Golebiak, first counsellor, head of cultural division, Embassy of Poland about the celebrations.
Poland's Chopin Year 2010 celebrations were launched at midnight on January 1 in his birthplace of Zelazowa Wola, 60km west of Warsaw.
Y fue Chopin precisamente quien encarrilo la ejecucion pianistica romantica y le dio el impetu que hasta ahora no da senales de disminuir, como dice Harold Schonberg.
Aa Winning his first competition in Japan at the age of just seven, he has gone on to garner a number of accolades, including, in October 2005, the Critics' Award at the 15th International Frederik Chopin Piano Competition and was joint winner of the Nancy Lee and Perry R Bass Gold Medal at the 13th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition in June 2009.
Tsujii will give his piano recital at The Emirates Palace on March 28 with a programme dedicated to the works of Chopin and Liszt.
So here we concentrate on the Polish-born Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin, son of a French schoolteacher working in Poland, and a cultured Polish mother.
In Paris, Chopin embraced the Romantic movement, which championed the concept that emotion could be a source of aesthetic experience, and today his compositions are considered the epitome of Romanticism.
Quizas haya mas hablantes de esperanto (entre cien mil y dos millones durante el ultimo siglo, segun Wikipedia) que personas dispuestas a estudiar y atender la inteligencia sin palabras, superior a muchas filosofias, que plantea, por ejemplo, la Chacona en re menor de Bach o la Polonesa-Fantasia de Chopin.
DELIRIOUSLY GOOD: This tale of composer Chopin and his young chum Polka; STRANGE DREAM: Journey through the game as Frederic Chopin