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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 delegation was greeted by director of Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport, MichaEe Marzec.
Con la personalidad propia que definia una nueva epoca, un nuevo siglo, Frederic Chopin fue el mas popular de todos los primeros romanticos.
GE Security, a supplier of security and life safety technologies and a wholly owned indirect subsidiary of General Electric Company (NYSE:GE), announced on Thursday (20 September) that GE Homeland Protection Inc, the company's business unit, has deployed and activated 17 EntryScan walk-through explosive trace detection portals for passenger screening at Poland's Warsaw Frederic Chopin airport.
Two South Koreans, two Japanese and a Chinese were among the prizewinners at the 15th Frederic Chopin International Piano Competition that finished the final round Friday.
There Where She Loved, Wheeldon's elaborate exploration of partnering, what men do to women, and how he imagines they feel about it, is also set to songs, these by Frederic Chopin alternating with Kurt Weill.
One was a new play based on the life of Frederic Chopin, written by Diana Douglas Darrid, mother of Michael Douglas.
Chopiniana'' is set to waltzes, mazurkas and preludes by Frederic Chopin.
The collection also has a few busts of Paderewski, Rachmaninoff and Frederic Chopin.
In my book, The White Plague: Tuberculosis, Man and Society, there is an account by French authoress George Sand of the ordeal she had in finding living quarters for her consumptive lover, Frederic Chopin, while they were in Majorca, where they traveled in search of a mild climate.
George Sand is as famous for her "unfeminine " independence, her habit of wearing men 's clothes, and her love affairs with such prominent artistic figures as Alfred de Musset and Frederic Chopin, as she is for her writings.
to a score by Edvard Grieg, and Premonition scored by Frederic Chopin.