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   WORKS WITH OPUS : 01-05 | 06-10 | 11-15 | 16-20 | 21-25
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Rondo op. 1

for pianoforte in C minor, Op. 1 (Br. 10, KK. 1-5)
composed in 1825/5, published in 1825

        dedicated to Mme Bogumiłowa (Luiza) Linde

        the work has been erroneously called "Rondeau on 'Don Giovanni'"

Variations on a theme from Mozart's 'Don Giovanni' ('La ci darem la mano') op. 2

for pianoforte & orchestra in B Flat Major, Op. 2 (Br. 22, KK. 6-15)
composed in 1827, published in 1830

        dedicated to Monsieur Titus Woyciechowski

Polonaise op. 3

for pianoforte & cello in C Major, Op. 3 (Br. 41, KK. 16-21)
composed in 1829/10/20 - 1829/10/28, published in 1831

        dedicated to Monsieur Joseph Merk

There exist arrangements for pianoforte solo, for pianoforte & cello or violin, for pianoforte & viola, for pianoforte & flute. These arrangements are not Chopin's. For details see Brown (1960) p. 41. Introduction to the Polonaise op. 3 for pianoforte & cello in C Major
Op. 3 (Br. 52) was composed in 1830/4.
 

Sonata no. 1 op. 4 (posth.)

for pianoforte in C minor, Op. 4 (Br. 23, KK. 928-931)
composed in 1824, completed in 1828, published in 1851

        dedicated to Joseph Elsner

Chopin composed this sonata when he was still a student of Jozeph Elsner at the Warsaw Conservatory. It was first published by Charles Haslinger in 1851, two years after Chopin's death.

Rondo a la Mazur op. 5

for pianoforte in F Major, Op. 5 (Br. 15, KK. 22-25)
composed in 1826, published in 1828

        dedicated to Alexandrine Moriolles

"My rondo, that I wanted to have lithographed, which is earlier, and so has the greater right to travel, I smother among my papers. Its fate resembles my own." - From a letter sent by Chopin to Jan Bialoblocki in Sokolów, Warsaw 8 Jan 1827

"Nowakowski recalled; he was after those rondos that you wished to have lithographed for Moriolles but Papa withheld them. Do you bid it? Then he shall have them." - From a letter sent by Ludwika Chopin to Chopin in Paris, Warsaw 27 Nov 1831

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