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The Piano Guys includes variations of parts of Prelude No.
Cello Ascends", where not only the variations are used in the finalebut they are also used in many parts of the piece as a harmonic element. For this album, the prelude was titled "Blue Interlude". It is rumoured that Polish scores show the flat accidental and that all others versions are incorrect due to a type-setting error.
Palmer notes that "[a]ccording to the editors of the Oxford edition, Chopin is supposed to have added a flat sign before the E in a copy belonging to one of his pupils.
It does not appear in the Autograph or the original editions.
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While chopin prelude op 28 no 6, particularly the chopin prelude op 28 no 6 own correspondence, seems to indicate that the majority of these works were composed between andit is possible that a handful of them might have been produced during the years immediately preceding and following that period.
For many of these pieces the title Prelude can be a misleading one, for, while the practice of "preluding" during a live performance, preparing the atmosphere of the next major work by means of a brief, usually improvised, introductory piece, possibly making a modulation from the key of the preceding work to the key of the next was very much alive during the s--and while it is on record that Chopin did in fact employ some of the Preludes in this way, it seems indisputable that the real intent was for the Preludes to stand on their own, preferably in a complete performance.
Giorgi Latso Problems playing these files? Chopin's 24 Preludes, Op. Chopin wrote them between andpartly at ValldemossaMajorcawhere he spent the winter of —39 and where he had fled with George Sand and her children to escape the damp Paris weather.
Whereas the term "prelude" had hitherto been used to describe an introductory piece, Chopin's pieces stand as self-contained units, each conveying a specific idea or emotion.