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Jan Lisiecki

Chopin - Works for Piano and Orchestra

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Jan Lisiecki - Moving Classics Interview
TEATRO E/O MUSICA, CHIUDE RASSEGNA
1 Chopin: Andante Spianato & Grande Polonaise Brillante In G Major / E Flat Major, Op. 22 - 1  
2 Chopin: Andante Spianato & Grande Polonaise Brillante In G Major / E Flat Major, Op. 22 - 2  
3 Chopin: Rondo A La Krakowiak In F Major, Op. 14 - 1  
4 Chopin: Rondo A La Krakowiak In F Major, Op. 14 - 2  
5 Chopin: Variations On La ci darem la mano From Mozart's Don Giovanni, Op. 2 / 1  
6 Chopin: Variations On La ci darem la mano From Mozart's Don Giovanni, Op. 2 / 2  
7 Chopin: Variations On La ci darem la mano From Mozart's Don Giovanni, Op. 2 / 3  
8 Chopin: Variations On La ci darem la mano From Mozart's Don Giovanni, Op. 2 / 4  
9 Chopin: Variations On La ci darem la mano From Mozart's Don Giovanni, Op. 2 / 5  
10 Chopin: Variations On La ci darem la mano From Mozart's Don Giovanni, Op. 2 / 6  
11 Chopin: Variations On La ci darem la mano From Mozart's Don Giovanni, Op. 2 / 7  
12 Chopin: Variations On La ci darem la mano From Mozart's Don Giovanni, Op. 2 / 8  
13 Chopin: Fantasy On Polish Airs, Op. 13 - Largo non troppo  
14 Chopin: Fantasy On Polish Airs, Op. 13 - Air  
15 Chopin: Fantasy On Polish Airs, Op. 13 - Th?me de Charles Kurpinski: Allegretto  
16 Chopin: Fantasy On Polish Airs, Op. 13 - Kujawiak. Vivace  
17 Chopin: Nocturne In C Sharp Minor, Op. Posth.by Jan Lisiecki  
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Jan Lisiecki's Chopin: Works for Piano and Orchestra, set for international release on 10 March 2017, comprises pieces in the so-called "brilliant style," a form of virtuosic pianism cultivated in the early 1800s by some of the leading performer-composers of the day, including Hummel, Kalkbrenner and Moscheles. During his formative years in Warsaw, Chopin applied the style to such works for piano and orchestra as the Grande Polonaise brillante Op.22 and Rondo à la krakowiak in F major Op.14. The notion of brilliance likewise governs his Variations on "Là ci darem la mano" from Mozart's Don Giovanni Op.2 and the Fantasy on Polish Airs Op.13.

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