- From the NOTEBOOK of a hast - less man - Les NOTES d'un passant peu presse - z notatnika niespiesznego przechodnia -
Chopin, Paderewski and Italian Baroque Songs
interpreted by two Brilliant Musicians (movies)

"Chopin's extant compositions were written primarily for the piano as a solo instrument. Though they are technically demanding,[14] his style emphasizes nuance and expressive depth. Chopin invented musical forms such as the ballade[15] and was responsible for major innovations in forms such as the piano sonata, waltz, nocturne, ├ętude, impromptu and prelude. His works are mainstays of Romanticism in 19th-century classical music.

  1. The Melody
  2. Beautiful Boy
  3. My Magic
  4. Dumka
  5. Where She Likes
  6. The Carouse
  7. I Do Not Want to See You
     Any More

  8. There Is Nothing to Desired
  9. Mazurkas
10. Ballad
11. Scherzo
12. The Leaves
13. The Lithuanian Song
14. The Fiance
15. The Ring
16. My Sweet Heart
17. The Messenger
18. The Mournful River
19. Polonaise
20. Preludes
21. Nocturne B
22. Girl's Wish
23. The Spring
24. The Soldier
Jan Ignacy Padrewski: "Paderewski brilliant playing created a furore which reached to almost extravagant lengths of admiration; and his triumphs were repeated in the United States in 1891. His name at once became synonymous with the highest level of piano virtuosity".

1. If I Would Change
2. To Last
3. Floods of Tears
4. The Rose
"The philosophy of Baroque music is that music represents the emotions (affections) of real life and, in so doing, excites the listener's emotions".

 1. Ahio Mio Cor
 2. Bel Piacera
 3. Cald Sanque  
 4. Lasciat Mi Morire
 5. Occhetti Amati
 6. Ombra Mai Fu
 7. Piangero La Sorte
 8. Sebben Crudele
 9. Sento Nel Core
10. Se Tu M'ami
11. Vado Ben Spesso
12. Vadoro Pupille
13. Vieni, Vieni
14. Ave Maria

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