Frédéric Chopin – Étude op. 10 Nr. 12 und Étude op. 25 Nr. 5, 6 & 11

Étude op. 10 Nr. 12 und Étude op. 25 Nr. 5, 6 & 11 Evgeny Kissin, Klavier The Études by Frédéric Chopin are three sets of solo studies for the piano, There are twenty-seven overall, comprising two separate collections of twelve, numbered Opus 10 and 25. Chopin’s Études are the foundation of a new system of technical piano playing that was radical and revolutionary the first time they appeared. They are some of the most challenging and evocative pieces of all the works in concert piano repertoire. Because of this, the music remains popular and often performed in both concert and private stages. Some are so popular they have been given nicknames; arguably the most popular of all is the Revolutionary Étude (Op. 10, No. 12). Although no nicknames are of Chopin’s original creation, they create interesting pretext and encourage the imagination to fabricate epic works embodied by these studies. All twenty-seven Études were published during Chopin’s lifetime. Opus 10, the first group of twelve, were composed between 1829 and 1832, and were published in 1833, in France, Germany, and England. The twelve Études of Opus 25 were composed at various times between 1832 and 1836, and were published in the same countries in 1837. The final three, part of a series called “Méthode des méthodes de piano” compiled by Moscheles and Fétis, were composed in 1839, without an assigned opus number. They appeared in Germany and France in November 1840, and England in January 1841. Accompanying

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Chopin Etude op.25 No. 12- Ocean – Michel Mañanes (Live)

For better audio click here: youtube.com Michel Mañanes plays the Etude op.25 no. 12 in C minor no. 24.MichelMañanes studies piano in France, Spain and Austria. With recitals for Europa and Suramerica-. He won first prize in several young piano competitions. He is a recognized and highly successful piano teacher and continues to give concerts. The Chopin etudes are the foundation of a new system of technical piano playing that was radical and revolutionary the first time they appeared. These etudes are some of the most challenging and evocative pieces of all the works in concert piano repertoire. Because of this, the music remains popular and often performed works in both concert and private stages.Some are so popular they have been given nicknames; arguably the most popular of all is the Revolutionary Etude (Op. 10, No. 12). Although no nicknames are official, they create interesting pretext and encourage the imagination to fabricate epic works embodied by these studies. This study op.25 no. 12 is called “Ocean”. All 27 etudes were published during Chopin’s lifetime. Opus 10, the first group of 12, were composed throughout 1829 and 1832, and were published in 1833, in France, Germany, and England. The 12 études of Opus 25 were composed at various times between 1832 and 1836, and were published in the same countries in 1837. The final three, part of a series called “Méthode des méthodes de piano” compiled by Moscheles and Fetis, were composed in 1839, without an