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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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"Swear to make them cut me open, so that I won't be buried alive," were his last known words, according to a recent article in Nature , "Frederic Chopin's Telltale Heart."
Piano concert dedicated to Frederic Chopin. August 6.
Edlund brings together previously written analytical studies on Frederic Chopin's preludes and other piano pieces.
Frederic Chopin, one of the best-loved composers in the history of music, was also one of the outstanding virtuoso pianists of the nineteenth century.
The airline's Airbus A320 was warmly welcomed at Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport in the Polish capital to a special arrival ceremony.
By: Falastine Al-Remawi RAMALLAH, November 17, 2011 (WAFA) -- In cooperation with ministry of culture and Palestinian graduates from Polish universities association, the Polish representative office in Ramallah organized a classical music concert in Ramallah, celebrating the 200th birth anniversary of the late musician Frederic Chopin. Two Polish musicians performed in the concert, Ewa Bartamann, played the violin and Agata JEzwik played the piano.
Sparks flew from the craft, at Frederic Chopin International airport, as it slid along the runway which had been covered in flame retardant foam.
Classical Frederic Chopin: The Piano Concertos Daniel Barenboim/Staatskapelle Berlin/Andris Nelsons When one of the world's greatest pianists and conductors hands over his own orchestra to a comparatively new kid on the block to accompany him in an important concerto recording, then you have to sit up and take notice.
London, March 25 (ANI): Six letters written by Polish composer Frederic Chopin, thought to be lost in World War II, have been found and donated to a Warsaw museum dedicated to him.
She rose to international prominence when she won the seventh International Frederic Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw in 1965.
A few of the compositions featured during the recital included "Piano Quartet in E Flat Major, Opus 47" by Robert Schumann; "Sposalizio" by Franz Liszt and "Polonaise in A Flat Major, Opus 53" by by Frederic Chopin.