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PostPosted: Tue Mar 11, 2008 7:39 am    Post subject: fantaisie f minor op49 Reply with quote

Dear All,
I am due to submit a short dissertation on this work and would appreciate any information / analysis of this work to broaden my knowledge. All information/ links would be gratefully received. Please post here or email me at simon_payne@ntlworld.com.
thanks,
Simon
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 15, 2008 12:14 am    Post subject: Re: fantaisie f minor op49 Reply with quote

guest wrote:
Dear All,
I am due to submit a short dissertation on this work and would appreciate any information / analysis of this work to broaden my knowledge. All information/ links would be gratefully received. Please post here or email me at simon_payne@ntlworld.com.
thanks,
Simon



This is from the Vancouver Chopin Society

This large-scaled composition is considered one of Chopin's masterpieces. The Fantasy opens with a solemn and mysterious march-like introduction leading to a passionate drama with a central chorale, Lento sostenuto, of unusual serenity. Niecks felt "Chopin's genius had now reached the most perfect stage of its development and was radiating with all the intensity of which its nature was capable."
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 15, 2008 2:09 pm    Post subject: Re: fantaisie f minor op49 Reply with quote

guest wrote:
Dear All,
I am due to submit a short dissertation on this work and would appreciate any information / analysis of this work to broaden my knowledge. All information/ links would be gratefully received. Please post here or email me at simon_payne@ntlworld.com.
thanks,
Simon


I emailed you the analysis of the introduction by Jim Samson. Hope it helps.
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