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    1. Darisar

      NOCTURNES,Opus15 First-edition imprints First-edition imprints of a work by Chopin are shown below. The Collection’s scores for the work are described on the pages that follow. To go directly to a description, click the score’s imprint in the Bookmarks panel on the left. NOCTURNES IN F MAJOR, F SHARP MAJOR, G MINOR Opus
    2. Gataur

      4. Chopin - Nocturne in G Minor, Op 15/3 5. Field - Nocturne No 6 in F Major 6. Chopin - Nocturne in G Minor, Op 37/1 7. Chopin - Nocturne in G Major, Op 37/2 8. Chopin - Nocturne in E Minor, Op 72/1 9. Chopin - Nocturne in E Major, Op 62/2 Chopin - Nocturne in B Major, Op 9/3 11 - Debussy Nocturne 12 - 17 Preludes La fille aux.
    3. Yozshubei

      Chopin: Nocturnes (3) For Piano No.3 In G Minor, Op - Arthur Rubinstein () Chopin: Nocturnes (2) For Piano No.1 In C Sharp Minor, Op - Arthur Rubinstein () Chopin: Nocturnes (2) For Piano No.2 In D Flat Major, Op - Arthur Rubinstein ().
    4. Merg

      DOWNLOAD Nocturne in G Minor Op. 15 No. 3 by Frédéric Chopin (published in ). High quality classical piano scores from the Piano Street sheet music library. Frédéric Chopin, one of the prominent composers active in the Early Romantic era, has written this piece titled Nocturne Op. 15 No. 3 in G Minor from Nocturnes.
    5. Dugore

      Chopin: Nocturnes Claire Huangci 年録音 BERLIN CLASSICS 【収録情報】 Disc1 ショパン ・夜想曲 第1番変ロ短調 op ・夜想曲 第2番変ホ長調 op ・夜想曲 第3番ロ長調 op ・夜想曲 第4番ヘ長調 op ・夜想曲 第5番嬰ヘ長調 op ・夜想曲 第6番ト短調 op/5(9).
    6. Mezit

      Product description. Brand New guipesisobmicerfidasuthanswestre.xyzinfo Despite Arthur Rubinstein's extroverted personality and open-hearted interpretive approach, his performances of Chopin's introspective, half-lit Nocturnes inspired him to some of his greatest recordings, as this, the last of his three traversals of the 19, amply demonstrates. His earlier recordings, from and , have their admirers, but /5().
    7. Yoran

      Warner Classics Recordings on CD. Martha Argerich WARNER CLASSICS RECORDINGS "Unquestionably one of the greatest pianists of all time" is how Gramophone magazine has described Martha Argerich. Her relationship with Warner Classics goes back to and her victory at the International Chopin Competition in Warsaw.
    8. Shakakasa

      The third Nocturne of this group, in G minor, is not a typical Nocturne at all. In fact, it begins as a mazurka and ends as a chorale. There is no going back to the opening material once it is presented. This is one Nocturne where I think Chopin’s metronome mark is particularly revealing: too slow a tempo makes it impossibly sluggish.

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