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NI 6126

Vladimir Feltsman - Chopin Complete Nocturnes

The Classical Shop
release date: June 2011


Artists:

Vladimir Feltsman

piano

Venue:

Bolshoi Hall of Moscow Conservatory

11-13 Feb 2000

Record Label
Nimbus

Genre:

Piano




Total Time - 120:43
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FRÉDÉRIC CHOPIN

1 

Nocturne in B flat Minor Op.9 No.1

5:35
2 

Nocturne in E flat Major Op.9 No.2

3:52
3 

Nocturne in B Major Op.9 No.3

6:52
4 

Nocturne in F Major Op.15 No.1

4:20
5 

Nocturne in F sharp Major Op.15 No.2

3:45
6 

Nocturne in G Minor Op.15 No.3

4:23
7 

Nocturne in C sharp Minor Op.27 No.1

4:39
8 

Nocturne in D flat Major Op.27 No.2

5:36
9 

Nocturne in B Major Op.32 No.1

4:35
10 

Nocturne in A flat Major Op.32 No.2

5:17
11 

Nocturne in G Minor Op.37 No.1

5:24
12 

Nocturne in G Major Op.37 No.2

5:45
13 

Nocturne in C Minor Op.48 No.1

5:56
14 

Nocturne in F sharp Minor Op.48 No.2

7:32
15 

Nocturne in F Minor Op.55 No.1

4:55
16 

Nocturne in E flat Major Op. 55 No. 2

4:49
17 

Nocturne in B Major Op.62 No.1

7:11
18 

Nocturne in E Major Op.62 No.2

5:22
19 

Nocturne in E Minor Op.72 No.1

3:35
20 

Nocturne in C sharp Minor

3:52
21 

Nocturne in C Minor

3:08
22 

Barcarolle Op.60

9:10
23 

Berceuse Op.57

5:10
   


In Chopin’s 21 Nocturnes we encounter some of the most sublimely beautiful music ever written for piano. The Romantic idiom of these “night songs,” with their atmosphere of yearning nostalgia, was perfectly matched with Chopin’s talents and inclinations. The genre of the nocturne was first developed by the Irish composer John Field. Chopin knew Field’s nocturnes well and built upon his foundation. Another source of inspiration was Italian bel canto opera, exemplified by the works of Chopin’s friend Vincenzo Bellini. Whatever his sources of inspiration, however, Chopin’s nocturnes represent the highest realization of the form, despite the fine subsequent efforts of composers including Schumann, Liszt, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff, Fauré, Scriabin, and Szymanowski.

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