8. Nocturne In B Major. Completely digital recording - this compact disc was produced using only digital mastertapes. Matrix, Runout: CDD-246-1T13.
Chopin also gave the title Grand Valse brillante to the next three waltzes in the Opus 34 set, published in 1838. Other composers who orchestrated this waltz for that ballet are Alexander Gretchaninov, Gordon Jacob, Roy Douglas, and Benjamin Britten. piano big Classical major b flat D no 1 no. waltz 18 minor valse chopin great Anima è e-flat op. con opus op B♭ moll des Dur es Szopen grande ♭ D-flat b-flat ess dess vivo e♭ brillante d♭. Pages.
For Piano (Battmann). See: Valse célèbre de Chopin, O. 63, by Battmann. For Piano (Godowsky). Complete Score - . 7MB, 11 pp. - . /10 2 4 6 8 10 (-) - V/V/C - 2611 ⇩ - Mcroskell. Grande valse brillante. Grande Valse brillante; Grande valse brillante in E-flat major; 華麗なる大円舞曲; Grande Valse Brillante; Grande valse brillante em Mi bemol maior; 降E大調華麗大圓舞曲; Grande Valzer Brillante op. 18; Gran vals brillant en mi bemoll major. Grande Valse brillante Es-Dur op. 18. Authorities.
The title 'Grande Valse Brillante' was also given by Chopin to his Waltzes Op. 34, though in practice it is usually used in reference to Op. Many composers, including Stravinsky and Britten, have created orchestrations of this piece. Fréderic Chopin composed his Waltz in E flat major, Op. 18 (also known as Grande Valse Brillante) in 1833. It was published the following year, being his first published waltz solo piano (although he had previously written a number of waltzes that were either destroyed or published posthumously). The title 'Grande Valse Brillante' was also.
Artist: Frédéric Chopin, Song: Grande Valse Brillante, Op. 18, Duration: 5:10, File type: mp3. №2353193107. Frédéric Chopin Nocturne No. 2 in E-Flat Major, Op. 9. (play). 20 in C Minor.
|3 Mazurkas From Op. 63|
|7||Ballade In F Minor||11:43|
|8||Nocturne In B Major||6:01|
|4 Mazurkas From Op. 41|
|13||Fantasy Op. 49||11:51|
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- Recorded At – College Of St. Catherine
- Composed By – Chopin*
- Edited By – Gary Rice
- Engineer – Russ Borud
- Liner Notes – Donald Manildi
- Piano [Steinway] – Peter Serkin
- Producer – Peter Serkin
NotesRecorded at O'Shaunessy Auditorium, College Of St. Catherine, St. Paul, Minnesota.
"Completely digital recording - this compact disc was produced using only digital mastertapes."
Credited on back cover as "Peter Serkin Plays Chopin".
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- Matrix / Runout: CDD-246-1T13