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Work: Berceuse in D flat major, Op.57

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ComposerChopin, Fryderyk Franciszek (1810-1849)
PeriodRomantic
Year1844
Work typeInstrumental
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LondonChopin & Champagne by Candlelight: Concert 5 - Sonata No.3, Berceuse

Chopin & Champagne by Candlelight: Concert 5 - Sonata No.3, Berceuse
Chopin
Warren Mailley-Smith, Piano
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A Grand Master returns: Maurizio Pollini at the Royal Festival Hall

Maurizio Pollini © Mathias Bothor | DG
Pollini's love for Chopin and Debussy was evident throughout an intimate recital as part of the Southbank Centre's in the International Piano Series.
****1
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Intimacy and exuberance in Schumann and Chopin

Maurizio Pollini © Mathias Bothor | DG
With plenty of sparkle and spritz, Pollini laces his performances of Schumann and Chopin with intimacy and introspection in a programme of contrasting emotions.
****1
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Maurizio Pollini proves that one doesn’t have to be perfect

Maurizio Pollini © Mathias Bothor | DG
At Carnegie Hall, a lion in winter focuses on Chopin.
****1
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Fazıl Say plays Chopin in Istanbul

I had three things to be excited about on Friday evening: seeing Fazıl Say in a solo recital – which I hadn’t done in 4 years, going to Zorlu Center – Istanbul’s newest and, according to reports, most modern and acoustically pleasing concert hall. The third is private.As it turns out, all but one of them turned out to be worth the anticipation.
**111
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Salzburg Festival: Maurizio Pollini's piano recital a contrasting evening

If you recognize how Maurizio Pollini walks onto the stage, you can probably gauge his mood – which this evening was particularly restless. I have always wondered why he reaches the piano so quickly and almost immediately begins to play. Invariably, he has a puzzled expression on his face, as if he were wondering what all these spectators are doing in the hall – I love this shyness.
***11
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