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Chopin's 24 Preludes, Op. 28, are a set of short pieces for the piano, one in each of the twenty-four keys, originally published in 1839 and dedicated to Joseph Christoph Kessler, a composer of piano studies during Chopin's time. Ten years earlier, Kessler had dedicated his own set of 24 Preludes, Op. 31, to Chopin.

Jul 28, 2010 · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Chopin Prélude 4 (Op.28 No 4 ) - Piano - Chopin's Prelude No.4 in E Minor YouTube The Best of Chopin - Duration: 1:54:57. HALIDONMUSIC Recommended for you

The Prelude Op. 28, No. 4 by Frédéric Chopin is one of the 24 Chopin preludes.By Chopin's request, this piece was played at his own funeral, along with Mozart's Requiem

About. Pianist and composer Alain Lefèvre , acclaimed by the international press for his “phenomenal technique” (The Spectator ), his “sparkling playing” and “fascinating interpretations” ( Kölner Stadt Anzeiger ), his “absolute mastery” ( Hamburger Abendblatt ) and for his deep sensitivity, delivers, on the ALEKTA label, the entirety of Chopin 's (1810-1849) 24 preludes ... Download Frederic Chopin Prelude In E Minor, Op. 28, No. 4 sheet music notes, chords. Classical composition arrangement for Piano. Sheet music includes 2 page(s). SKU: 21536. Sep 17, 2016 · Chopin’s Preludes. The preludes seem very approachable because they’re all pretty short – most of them are about a page in length. Some of them truly are approachable – others are a complete nightmare. The easiest preludes are: Prelude in C minor (op. 28 no. 20) – gr. 6 RCM Prelude in E minor (op. 28 no. 4) – gr. 7 RCM Print and Download Chopin Prelude 28-4 Classical Guitar sheet music. Sheet Music Single,Tablature sheet music by Frederic Chopin (1810-1849): PianoSheetNow at Sheet Music Plus: The World Largest Selection of Sheet Music. For many of Chopin's 24 Preludes, the title prelude can be a misleading one -- while keyboard improvisation of one piece as a prelude to another was very much alive during the 1830s, and while it is on record that Chopin did in fact employ some of the preludes in this way, it seems indisputable that the real intent was for the preludes to stand on their own, preferably in a complete performance.