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Chopin Military Polonaise op 40 no 1 in A major

Dodano: 2018-06-24

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Opis materiału Chopin Military Polonaise op 40 no 1 in A major

                  Chopin Military Polonaise op 40 no 1 in A major

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The musicologist Arthur Hedley has observed that "As a pianist Chopin was unique in acquiring a reputation of the highest order on the basis of a minimum of public appearances—few more than thirty in the course of his lifetime." Chopin played more frequently in salons, not in big concert venues. He disliked a “public concert-giving” and meant that only an intimate, familiar atmosphere can let you be a witness of real art and feel the music and the artist’s soul deeply. In this concert program with the Title “Notturno” as a leitmotif, recorded at the beautiful chapel Styraburg (built at the 10th century, restored and modernized in the first half of the 19th century, at the times of Chopin’s life) we tried to come closer to the Chopin’s idea of how a piano concert should be like and to demonstrate an extract of the richness of Chopin’s palette of genres and composer’s style. 

Chopin Polonaise in A major, Op. 40, No. 1: Embracing a "Chivalrous Soul"
I have always admired Frédéric Chopin for his sheer talent as well as for the ways in which he conveys emotions to the listener. From the suffocating sentiments defined by Prelude Opus 28 No. 4 in E minor to the tranquil elation associated with Opus 9 No. 2 in E-flat major, his breadth is only superseded by an innate ability to capture the audience. In order to fully appreciate such talent, I wished to explore every flavour of his compositions. Polonaise in A major (known as the "Military Polonaise") exposed me to yet another facet of this unique personality.

The Military Polonaise: Capturing Sonorous Chivalry

Many experts describe this piece using words such as "condensed" and "compressed"; neither a coda nor an introduction is present. However, I am immediately transported into what can only be called an 18th century sense of power and supremacy; not unlike the politics associated with the time of Chopin. I am also able to discern several unique elements within the Military Polonaise.

Pomp and Splendour

Although many listeners might associate this piece with a staccato rhythm, I feel much more when I become engrossed within its beauty. Akin to being baptised into a proud and nationalistic fervour, each note is perfectly matched with the others. I find that replicating the raw emotions within the Military Polonaise represents a personal journey in and of itself.

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Sandro Lee
The Fazioli sounded very strange to me.
Dink Martini
All the women in the audience are amazed at how easy it was to get their husband to go to a classical music event. Hell, they almost seemed...enthusiastic.
Bennie Leip
Sorry but the camera work anointed me allot to fast switching from camera position and not a good angle that I wanned to see.But the music was good but a bit slower is maybe bttr
Frank Vesterdahl
Amazing performance.. Well done, Anastasia..🙏🏽😊
Oscar Lasprilla
Nice playing Anastasia, I personally would prefer this piece a little bit more "slower" in order to allow the Heavy Chords resonate longer....too fast Tempo can diminish their "resonance", thanks, ....good work 'though........
Baked Utah
She’s got a wee bit of the Emily Blunt going on, especially in profile.
Dan McCarthy
I played that very same tune, wearing that very same dress, now I am not allowed back in Menards and my boss told me not to wear dresses while doing roofing.
I luv Chopin but this not my favorite of his; however, you do play it beautifully ...... But then again watching your etherial beauty in action could even make Marylyn Manson sound good.
Hans Weichselbaum
I admire her piano skills, no question. Looking at the lady from the side you might think she just came from a swim with something thrown over her swimming costume, plus the high heels.
Hartmut Trieglaff
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