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Fantasie F-Moll / In F Minor Op. 49

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  1. Dakinos says:
    Dec 23,  · Agree totally. I did a little 'analysis' of the structure for a class in college and was extremely struck by exactly the things you said. I did one of those "letter-code" things -- you know, in the manner of "A-B-A," and had to use letters going up to about "H" unelnisandownveratitiwafffedo.coinfo pointed out how the themes are closely related to one another and we could say stuff like B' or B'' instead of G and H.
  2. Kakora says:
    Jan 01,  · Chopin: Fantasy in F Minor, Op. 49 [Frédéric Chopin, Ernst Herttrich] on unelnisandownveratitiwafffedo.coinfo *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Chopin: Fantasy in F Minor, Op. /5(2).
  3. Nikolkree says:
    Browse: Chopin - Fantasia in F minor, Op. 49 This page lists all recordings of Fantasia in F minor, Op. 49 by Frédéric François Chopin (). Showing 1 - 10 of results.
  4. Daitilar says:
    Watch the video for Fantasie, F minor, Op. 49 by Frédéric Chopin for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  5. Yonris says:
    Nocturnes, Op No. 1 in C minor No. 2 in F ♯ minor Nocturnes, Op No. 1 in F minor No. 2 in E ♭ major Nocturnes, Op No. 1 in B major No. 2 in E major Nocturne in E minor, Op No.1; Nocturne in C-sharp minor, B; Nocturne in C minor, B; Nocturne oubliée.
  6. Zujinn says:
    50 scores found for "Fantasy in f minor" ALL INSTRUMENTATIONS Piano solo (44) Organ (7) 1 Piano, 4 hands (6) Clarinet and Piano (5) Flute (3) Guitar notes and tablatures (2) Woodwind Quintet (2) String Orchestra (1) French Horn and Piano (1) Clarinet (1) Guitar (1) Trumpet (1) School Ensemble (1) Concert band (1) Soli, Mixted choir and.
  7. Necage says:
    This is one of Chopin's largest compositions for solo piano, typically lasting well over ten minutes in performance. It is unusual not only in its length but in form: some have called it the "fifth" Ballade, but its 4/4 time, as opposed to the usual 6/8 of the ballade, perhaps ruled out that genre name.
  8. Tuzilkree says:
    Frederick Niecks, not infrequently a rather critical monographer of Chopin, called the Fantasy in F minor, Op. 49 a ‘masterpiece’ and spoke of its ‘force of passion’. Gerald Abraham ranked it, alongside the Polonaise-Fantasy, the E major Scherzo and the third and .

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