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3 thoughts on “ Polonaise No. 5 In F Sharp Minor, Op. 44 - Chopin*, Malcuzynski* - Mazurkas / Polonaises (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Frédéric Chopin composed his Polonaise in F sharp minor for solo piano, Op, 44, in It has been referred to as the 'tragic' polonaise. It was dedicated to Ludmilla de Beauveau, a prominent member of the Polish community in Paris. Despite being called a Polonaise, the piece is actually a composite work with a central mazurka section.
  2. Apr 22,  · Welcome to the forum, Butters. This polonaise is very challenging indeed - 11 minutes long and you're playing octaves for much of the time. The Mazurka section is very difficult to control, just like the rest of the piece. There's a narrative quality that I find in the F-sharp Minor Polonaise and to me it is of comparable quality to the ballades.
  3. The Polonaise in F-sharp minor, Op. 44, is a piece for solo piano written by Frédéric Chopin in It is often referred to as the "tragic" polonaise. The polonaise is dedicated to Princess Ludmilla de Beauveau, a prominent member of the Polish émigré community in Paris.. Despite its title, the polonaise is a composite work in ternary form, with a central mazurka section in A major.

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