Where did Chopin study music?
This renowned pianist and professor at the Warsaw Conservatory gave Chopin valuable (although irregular) lessons in playing organ (music), and possibly piano. From 1823 to 1826, Chopin attended the Warsaw Lyceum, where his father was a professor. In the autumn of 1826, Chopin began studying music theory, figured bass, and composition with the composer Józef Elsner (b. 1769 in Silesia) at the Warsaw Conservatory.
Frederic Chopin was in the classical music period.
Chopin is best known for his music for the piano.
Frederic Chopin wrote in the Romantic period of music, and led it into popularity.
Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw was created in 1810.
Chopin wrote secular music. All of it is for or at least involves his instrument, the piano. He wrote no sacred music at all.
Chopin wrote different kinds of music such as Nocturnes, Polonaises and Ballades.
Frederic Chopin wrote classical music and most of his music was composed for the piano. He was from Poland and considered one of the classical greats.
Music for the piano.
Chopin, a very influential Romantic Era composer , composed very little music not for the piano
Romantic music and claasical
Frederic Chopin studied music privately with Joseph Elsner.
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Piano music, such as The Nocturnes :)
Chopin started his composing career when he was 10. He was in concert debut at the age of 9. He composed music till his death in 1849.
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The music was Chopin EtudeOP 10 No.3 in E major
He wrote over 200 pieces of music
he composed music in singing in the rain and he also composed music in a load of crap
Chopin prelude 24
...Romantic Period of classical music.
Frederic Francois Chopin (1810-1849), he was famous because of his contributions and works in music, being a Polish composer and pianist. He was regarded by some as the greatest of all composers of music for the piano.
Chopin never wrote an opera (despite the fact that his teacher always wanted him to). He focused mainly on piano music.
One of the most important things that inspired Chopin was the rustic music of the Polish countryside. When he first visited the Polish countryside in the summer of 1823 as a music student, he was deeply inspired by the local fiddlers and the working songs that the peasants sung. These elements were representative of Polish culture. In a concert in the suburbs, Chopin performed a piece he composed called the Chimiel which was an orgiastic… Read More
Frédéric François Chopin (1810-1849) was a Polsih composer, virtuoso pianist, and music teacher, of French-Polish parentage. He was one of the great masters of Romantic Music. He is also known as "the poet of the piano."
Chopin was called the "poete of the piano because his music, rooted in the heart of Romanticism, made this era the piano's golden age.
Chopin is very famous with his piano works.
in the early 1830`s
Both of them were music composers and pianists. Both of these composers were born in 1810. Schumann and Chopin both belong to Romantic era.
I study music for the sheer joy of it.