Among the best-loved and such a lot played of Chopin's piano compositions are his mazurkas. This quantity contains fifty one works — notable for his or her large emotional allure, complex choromatic thoughts and pianistic units, and varying in hassle from rather effortless, for complicated beginnings, to rather not easy, for the comprehensive pianist.
Edited via Carl Mikuli, a scholar of Chopin, the works during this low-cost and tasty quantity expand from the radiant joyfulness of the Mazurka in B-flat significant, Op. 7, No. 1, to the aching disappointment of the Mazurka in A minor, Op. 17, No. four, and from the brevity of the Mazurka in E-flat minor, Op. 6, No. four, to the breadth of the C-sharp minor Mazurka, Op. 50, No. 3.
Pianists and tune enthusiasts will welcome this appealing, solid quantity reproduced without delay from the authoritative Kistner version. It includes a treasury of Chopin's so much attribute and attractive works in a single handy, reasonably cheap source.