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Is the polonaise Nr1 Opus 40 the easiest piece of the Chopin's Polonaises?


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2008-05-11 18:50:29
2008-05-11 18:50:29

it is just an opinion , but i think it is the easiest because i can play it easier than the Heroic polonaise and sounds easier than all others

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I would say that it is probably the easiest of the polonaises and its repetition makes it easier to learn. It is the one I learned first but it is by no means easy to play well. The first four polonaises, being opus 26 no. 1 and 2 and opus 40 no. 1 and 2, do not contain any severe technical hurdles and should be manageable by a post grade 8 pianist. All the others are impossible to anyone but the most talented of piano players.

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It's a short piece for solo piano, NOT a symphony.

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His first piece was at age 7 "Polonaise in G Minor" <--- I think its the name of song

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No, it is not a concerto as the orchestra part only plays an introductory fanfare and a miniscule part in the centre of the piece. Furthermore Chopin arranged this piece as a piano solo. A concerto is based on movements and this piece certainly has no movements.

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Chopin's nocturnes are presumably a series of improvisations. He wrote 19 of them. The most popular nocturne among them are the No 2 in E flat: Op 9/2.


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