Chopin: his life & music

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Sourcebooks, Oct 1, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 268 pages
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Sourcebooks MediaFusion and Naxos proudly present this fascinating biography of Frédéric Chopin.

Chopin is one of the world's best-loved piano composers, credited with creating and developing new forms for the instrument. Jeremy Nicholas offers a clear perspective on Chopin's complex character. Only in music did he fully express his innermost feelings.

This splendid volume comes complete with two CDs of carefully selected Chopin pieces. Readers also gain access to an exclusive website where they can hear the works in their entirety and explore additional content.

A revolutionary biography utilizing traditional and new media, Chopin: His Life and Music provides a uniquely rounded portrait of this peerless composer and his innovatory music.
Naxos is the world's leading classical music label and provider of classical music over the Internet at www.naxos.com.

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Contents

From Farmhouse to Palace 18101822
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Warsaw and Vienna 18231829
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A Polish Prodigy 18291830
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Copyright

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