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Chopin - Ballade No. 1 in G Minor (1M special) Click the 🔔bell to join the notification squad! ♫ Listen on Apple Music Classical: 🤍 ♫ MIDI: 🤍 ♫ Facebook: 🤍 ♫ Instagram: 🤍 ♫ Twitter: 🤍 ♫ Buy me a coffee: 🤍 Hope you enjoy my performance of Chopin's Ballade No. 1 in G Minor. Outro: Liszt - La Campanella Hello, I'm Rousseau, I make piano covers of classical and pop songs with a reactive visualizer. New videos every Monday! #Rousseau #Piano #PianoCover
🤍 Johann Friedrich BURGMÜLLER (1806-1874) : Ballade, Op. 100, No. 15 From "25 Études faciles et progressives", Op. 100 (1852) Pdf sheet music download for piano by Sheetmusic2print.com Digital pdf sheet music downloads, sheet music videos and audio files (mp3 and ogg)
F. Chopin - Ballade No. 1 in G minor, Op. 23 🎧 Spotify: 🤍 🎧 Apple Music: 🤍 🎧 Other Streaming Services: 🤍 🎼 Sheet Music: 🤍 💕Facebook: 🤍 💕Instagram: 🤍 💕Buy me a coffee: 🤍 💕Patreon: 🤍 🌸Don't forget to subscribe, like and comments! (Please click on the alarm! 🔔) Thanks for watching. I hope you enjoy my music :) I’m going to show various piano music including classical pieces. I will upload a new video every week. Please leave comments if there are pieces which you want to listen to :) #Chopin #Ballade #Piano
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Easily one of the best Chopin recordings ever made. [Highlights/comments below] 00:00 Ballade Op.23 No.1 in G minor 09:36 Ballade Op.38 No.2 in F (A minor) 17:28 Ballade Op.47 No.3 in A-flat 24:57 Ballade Op.52 No.4 in F minor A milestone in the Romantic piano literature, and a stupendous recording of it. The number of great moments in this is probably too great to count (06:48, 08:03, 15:52, 18:40, 24:23, with many more in between, and the entire 4th Ballade is a single unbroken wonder from its miraculous beginning onward although see the famous passage at 28:36, and the numinous 34:18). Chopin is popularly, but not critically seen primarily as a great melodist, which reputation does him a great disservice. In the Ballades Chopin does something which Beethoven reserved for his sonatas (and which Chopin never did in his), which was to introduce daring and very effective structural modifications to Sonata form. One obvious example of such a novelty is the "mirror reprise", where the two expositional themes appear in reverse order during the recapitulation. There are many moments of harmonic/stuctural interest in the Ballades, and some of them have become quite famous. I can't possibly go through everything, so I'll try to flag some things out. The unusual extended Neapolitan Sixth that opens Op.23. The D in m.7 of the Op.23 it is a subject of considerable debate if this is a harmonic necessity, setting up a late resolution, or an implied pedal point Constant metrical changes in Op.23. The unusual key relationship between the two main themes of Op.38. The abrupt end of the post-recapitulation development section (in itself odd) of Op.38. The structural role of the opening gesture of the Op.47. It very clearly recurs near the end, but on cursory examination occurs nowhere else in the piece. (It is not actually difficult, with a bit of thought, to figure out how the opening bars feed into the rest of the piece.) The use of dissonances, some passing and some sustained, as an architectural device in op.38. The rather surprising combination of variation/sonata form in Op.52 (something Liszt did more conspicuously in his B Minor Sonata.) The use of counterpoint as dramatic device in Op.52 at numerous points. The rather Beethovenian expected-but-not-actually-there ending in Op.52. Chromaticism in the coda of the Op.52 so intense the section aurally drifts somewhere close to atonality.
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André Rieu & The Johann Strauss Orchestra performing "Ballade pour Adeline" live in Vienna. Taken from André Rieu's breathtaking live spectacle on DVD and Blu-ray "André Rieu - And the waltz goes on" featuring Sir. Anthony Hopkins' Waltz. For tour dates visit: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Chopin: Ballade No. 1 in G Minor, Op. 23 · Krystian Zimerman · Frédéric Chopin Chopin: Ballades; Barcarolle; Fantaisie ℗ 1988 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin Released on: 1988-01-01 Producer: Hanno Rinke Producer, Recording Producer, Studio Personnel, Balance Engineer: Helmut Burk Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Hans-Rudolf Müller Composer: Frédéric Chopin Auto-generated by YouTube.
Ballade by Burgmüller from his "25 Études faciles et progressives, Op.100". The set of 25 progressive piano studies composed by Friedrich Burgmüller were first published in 1852 in Mainz, Germany. This one is marked Allegro con brio. I'm afraid I did not stick fully to the original, but it is such a fun piece to change things up here and there! I hope these videos will help students that are currently learning some of these pieces or to simply give another perspective on them. Please let me know what you think or you have tips and of course if you Like the video!
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Chopin - Ballade No. 4 in F Minor (4M Special) Click the 🔔bell to always be notified on new uploads! ♫ Listen on Apple Music Classical: 🤍 ♫ Instagram: 🤍 ♫ Twitter: 🤍 ♫ Sheet music: 🤍 ♫ MIDI: 🤍 ♫ Facebook: 🤍 ♫ Buy me a coffee: 🤍 ♫ Join me on discord: 🤍 Hope you enjoy my performance of Chopin's Ballade No. 4. Outro: Liszt - Mazeppa (Transcendental Étude No. 4) Hello, I'm Rousseau, I make piano covers of classical and pop songs with a reactive visualizer. #Rousseau #Piano #PianoCover
Winner of the 17th International Chopin Piano Competition 2015, one of the most prestigious titles in all of classical music, Seong-Jin Cho presents his first ever studio recording on DG. The repertoire includes Chopin’s first piano concerto and all four ballades. Watch Seong-Jin Cho performing the first ballade here. 쇼팽 발라드 1번 Seong-Jin Cho - Chopin: Ballade No.1 In G Minor, Op.23 | Yellow Lounge Discover ´Chopin Piano Concerto No 1 & Ballades´: 🤍 Subscribe here - The Best Of Classical Music: 🤍 _ Find Deutsche Grammophon Online Homepage: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Newsletter: 🤍 _ 最高のクラシック音楽―登録はこちら: 🤍 最优质古典音乐 – 此处订阅: 🤍 Лучшая Классическая Музыка - Подписаться: 🤍 La mejor música clásica - Suscríbase aquí: 🤍 Le meilleur de la musique classique. Pour vous abonner cliquez ici: 🤍 #SenogJinCho #Pianist #Chopin
Provided to YouTube by Warner Classics Ballade, Op. 288 · Emmanuel Pahud Dreamtime ℗ 2019 Parlophone Records Limited, a Warner Music Group Company Flute: Emmanuel Pahud Orchestra: Münchner Rundfunkorchester Conductor: Ivan Repušić Composer: Carl Reinecke Auto-generated by YouTube.
Just want to share my love for this anime. I tried to edit the Chopin's ballade as accurate as possible because I know you also love Kousei and Kaori's last performance as much as I do. I edited it with the same length found on original OST of the anime. This version is both Kousei's piano and Kaori's violin in the anime. enjoy! Disclaimer: All contents of this video, the photo, music and anime are not mine and belongs to its rightful owners. For entertainment purposes only.
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Chopin’s ballades are written to such a pitch of harmonic innovation, expressive power and structural novelty that they sort of exist in a valley of their own making. Nothing any other composer wrote (even other ballades, to be sure) really compares to them. The most immediately striking feature about them is their narrative musicality: transitionary passages are extraordinarily beautiful, and really do not need to be justified by what they are moving to or from; and a small digression might open up a whole new harmonic or developmental vista, a trait especially evident in the last ballade. Each ballade offers radical new treatment of (or engagement with) sonata form. #1 and #3 superimpose on the goal-oriented sonata form an arch-like symmetry (both have a mirror reprise and a striking central episode with new material that serves as pivot), #2 imposes a two-key scheme upon what initially looks like a simple alternation between two themes but really is not, and #4, the most structurally rich of the set, fuses sonata form with the more static form of the theme and variations. BALLADE 1 00:00 – INTRODUCTION in Neapolitan harmony [Note minor 9th motif in LH at 0:34, wrongly indicated in this edition as D-G-D; it should be D-G-Eb] EXPOSITION 00:42 – Theme 1 02:20 – Transition 03:19 – Theme 2, limb 1 [Note its harmonization in 4ths, mirroring the horn calls which introduce it, and the use of subtle hemiola in the LH] 03:59 – Theme 2, limb 2 [Really a diminished version of Theme 1] DEVELOPMENT [This section puts both Themes in direct and violent contact with each other: there is no transition bridging the two, only a section where Theme 1 tries desperately and almost fails to reach the high B which begins Theme 2 (5:07). The themes’ tonalities (G min/Eb maj) are also brought into unstable alignment (A min/maj)] 04:48 – Theme 1, opening with a minor 9th descent 05:15 – Theme 2, climax 05:49 – Transition 06:05 – Theme 3 [A brilliant waltz much like Chopin’s waltzes of this period] 06:20 – Transition RECAPITULATION/REPRISE [Note the arch-like symmetry: Theme 2 is presented before Theme 1, in its original key] 06:40 – Theme 2, limb 1 07:09 – Theme 2, limb 2 07:44 – Theme 1, again heralded by a falling minor 9th CODA – 08:30. Note the profusion of falling minor 9ths in RH figuration, as well as the Neapolitan harmony from the introduction, BALLADE 2 EXPOSITION 10:00 – Theme 1, F maj, a siciliano/pastoral 12:20 – Theme 2, A min DEVELOPMENT/FALSE REPRISE 13:13 – Theme 1, F maj. Looks like a reprise, but – 13:52 – veers off course, into harmonically complex modulatory territory. This section is where the heavy lifting that shifts the entire tonal centre of the work takes place. 15:33 – Theme 2 [In D min, which is revealed to be a suspension that resolves to A min. This section substitutes for a reprise proper.] CODA/CLOSING SECTION – 16:15 [References to Themes 1/2] BALLADE 3 EXPOSITION 17:33 – Theme 1, lyrical 19:40 – Theme 2, dancelike, developed in F maj/F min/C maj. 21:47 – Theme 3 DEVELOPMENT/ REPRISE [As with Ballade 1, note how the themes are presented in reverse order] 22:36 – Theme 2, Ab maj 23:02 – Theme 2, C# min, developed with LH counterpoint. Note that the LH figuration is based on a diminished version of a section of Theme 2 (heard most clearly in the LH at 23:25) 23:27 – Theme 2, developed with RH figuration, climax. 23:42 – onset of harmonic instability 24:29 – Theme 1, now triumphant CODA/REPRISE – 24:58, Theme 3 BALLADE 4 25:19 – INTRODUCTION in dominant (C maj) EXPOSITION 25:50 – Theme 1 [Note how the theme itself is sequential/variational in character, being made of a short phrase repeated in different keys] 26:51 – Theme 1 VAR.1 [very slight decoration] 27:46 – Episode 1 [Based on Theme 1] 28:53 – Theme 1 VAR.2 29:29 – Transition 29:49 – Theme 2, a chorale/barcarolle DEVELOPMENT/EXTENDED BRIDGE [in contrast to the typical development, while there is harmonic exploration there is no buildup of tension, and the material comprises the only lighthearted passages in the entire piece] 30:57 – Modulating sequential passages 31:45 – Strands of Theme 1 combined in three contrapuntal lines. One of the lines turns into – 32:08 – The magical return of the INTRODUCTION, whose distant A maj harmony functions as dominant to – RECAPITULATION/REPRISE 32:48 – D min, where Theme 1 returns in VAR.3, a striking canonic variation that fully exploits the theme’s sequential qualities to modulate back to F min 33:51 – Theme 1, VAR 4. It’s extraordinary how Chopin places a Bachian variation (No.3) right beside a full-blooded romantic one (the cantabile-decorative treatment of no.4). 34:33 – Theme 2, in Db maj, climax. [Note how beautiful the writing is: see e.g., 34:50, with the overlay of notes in groups of 4/6/9] 35:44 – Extended pause on dominant [structurally mirroring the introduction] CODA: 36:14
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Frédéric Chopin Ballade No. 4 in F minor, Op. 52 Subscribe and follow on social media. I would love to meet you!! 🔔Click the bell icon, so you are notified of the next video🔔 🎧🎶 iTunes: 🤍 🎧🎶 Spotify: 🤍 I hope you all enjoy this channel! Please leave a comment if you have any pieces that you want to listen to. Instagram 🤍 Facebook 🤍 Tiktok 🤍 🤍 Thank you in advance for your generous contribution and I encourage you to participate in spreading happiness through beautiful classical music with Traum. Donation Paypal 🤍 Buy me a coffee 🤍 Patreon 🤍 #Chopin #Ballade
Tracklist below. Online purchase or streaming (Spotify, iTunes, Amazon Music, Deezer, Google Play): 🤍 More Information: 🤍 Brilliant Classics Spotify: 🤍 Brilliant Classics Facebook: 🤍 Composer: Frédéric Chopin Artist: Wolfram Schmitt-Leonardy (piano) Tracklist: 00:00:00 Ballade No. 1 in G Minor, Op. 23 00:09:04 Ballade No. 2 in F Major, Op. 38 00:16:28 Ballade No. 3 in A- Flat Major, Op. 47 00:23:35 Ballade No. 4 in F Minor, Op. 52 00:34:23 Impromptu No. 1 in A-Flat Major, Op. 29 00:38:23 Impromptu No. 2 in F-Sharp Major, Op. 36 00:44:11 Impromptu No. 3 in G-Flat Major, Op. 51 00:49:20 Fantaisie-impromptu in C-Sharp Minor, Op. 66 00:54:20 Preludes, Op. 28: I. Prelude in C Major. Agitato 00:55:09 Preludes, Op. 28: II. Prelude in A Minor. Lento 00:57:20 Preludes, Op. 28: III. Prelude in G Major. Vivace 00:58:21 Preludes, Op. 28: IV. Prelude in E Minor. Largo 01:00:28 Preludes, Op. 28: V. Prelude in D Major. Allegro molto 01:01:07 Preludes, Op. 28: VI. Prelude in B Minor. Lento assai 01:03:18 Preludes, Op. 28: VII. Prelude in A Major. Andantino 01:04:05 Preludes, Op. 28: VIII. Prelude in F-Sharp Minor. Molto agitato 01:05:57 Preludes, Op. 28: IX. Prelude in E Major. Largo 01:07:19 Preludes, Op. 28: X. Prelude in C-Sharp Minor. Allegro molto 01:07:53 Preludes, Op. 28: XI. Prelude in B Major. Vivace 01:08:32 Preludes, Op. 28: XII. Prelude in G-Sharp Minor. Presto 01:09:45 Preludes, Op. 28: XIII. Prelude in F-Sharp Major. Lento 01:13:17 Preludes, Op. 28: XIV. Prelude in E-Flat Minor. Allegro 01:13:50 Preludes, Op. 28: XV. Prelude in D-Flat Major “Raindrop”. Sostenuto 01:19:34 Preludes, Op. 28: XVI. Prelude in B-Flat Minor. Presto con fuoco 01:20:42 Preludes, Op. 28: XVII. Prelude in A-Flat Major. Allegretto 01:24:35 Preludes, Op. 28: XVIII. Prelude in F Minor. Allegro molto 01:25:33 Preludes, Op. 28: XIX. Prelude in E-Flat Major. Vivace 01:27:03 Preludes, Op. 28: XX. Prelude in C Minor. Largo 01:28:49 Preludes, Op. 28: XXI. Prelude in B-Flat Major. Cantabile 01:31:21 Preludes, Op. 28: XXII. Prelude in G Minor. Molto agitato 01:32:09 Preludes, Op. 28: XXIII. Prelude in F Major. Moderato 01:33:05 Preludes, Op. 28: XXIV. Prelude in D Minor. Allegro appassionato
The Pianist - Chopin Ballade No.1 Frédéric Chopin Ballade No. 1 in G minor, Op. 23 Subscribe and follow on social media. I would love to meet you!! 🔔Click the bell icon, so you are notified of the next video🔔 🎧🎶 iTunes: 🤍 🎧🎶 Spotify: 🤍 I hope you all enjoy this channel! Please leave a comment if you have any pieces that you want to listen to. Instagram 🤍 Facebook 🤍 Tiktok 🤍 🤍 Thank you in advance for your generous contribution and I encourage you to participate in spreading happiness through beautiful classical music with Traum. Donation Paypal 🤍 Buy me a coffee 🤍 Patreon 🤍 #ThePianist #Chopin #Ballade #No1 #Piano #Pianist #Classical #Music #Romantic #Visualizer #Famous
Chopin - Ballade No.2 Frédéric Chopin Ballade No. 2 in F major, Op. 38 Subscribe and follow on social media. I would love to meet you!! 🔔Click the bell icon, so you are notified of the next video🔔 🎧🎶 iTunes: 🤍 🎧🎶 Spotify: 🤍 I hope you all enjoy this channel! Please leave a comment if you have any pieces that you want to listen to. Instagram 🤍 Facebook 🤍 Tiktok 🤍 🤍 Thank you in advance for your generous contribution and I encourage you to participate in spreading happiness through beautiful classical music with Traum. Donation Paypal 🤍 Buy me a coffee 🤍 Patreon 🤍 #Chopin #Ballade #No2 #Piano #Traum #Music #Pianist #Visualizer #Romantic #Classical
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Frédéric François Chopin (1810-1849) - 4 Ballades by Sviatoslav Richter. 🎧 Qobuz 🤍 Apple Music 🤍 🎧 Amazon Music 🤍 Tidal 🤍 🎧 Deezer 🤍 Spotify 🤍 🎧 Youtube Music 🤍 SoundCloud 🤍 🎧 Naspter, Pandora, Anghami, QQ音乐, LineMusic日本, Awa日本... *Click to activate the English subtitles for the presentation* (00:00-01:15) 00:00 Ballade No. 1 in G minor, Op. 23 08:49 Ballade No. 2 in F Major, Op. 38 16:12 Ballade No. 3 in A flat Major, Op. 47 23:22 Ballade No. 4 in F minor, Op. 52 Piano: Sviatoslav Richter Live recording in 1960, at Prague New mastering in 2021 by AB for CMRR 🔊 FOLLOW US on SPOTIFY (Profil: CMRR) : 🤍 🔊 Download CMRR's recordings in High fidelity audio (QOBUZ) : 🤍 ❤️ If you like CM//RR content, please consider membership at our Patreon page. Thank you :) 🤍 The Ballade corresponds to no strict instrumental form: a dance song, an elaborate vocal piece, a lyrical legend ?... The Ballade, Op.23 is like a broad and passionate poem in three parts, the emotional core of which is a long 6/4 time moderato framed by a short lento and a presto con fuoco. The next one is dedicated to Schumann and opposes episodes filled with drive and vigour to moments of gentleness and even tenderness: the active and the contemplative, plenitude and feverish agitation. The Ballade in A flat major, Op.47 was the most famous of the four in its time, from its first public performance at Pleyel's in Paris on 21 February 1842. Less vehement and rich in contrasts than the first two, its effect lies in its charm and poetic cohesion. The Ballade in F minor is the most sumptuous. Its neo-Slavonic theme that keeps on returning in a new, richer shape, is first stated with lyrical tenderness in the introductory andante after which it becomes a nocturne. A second theme, in the form of a barcarolle, suddenly animates matters; it is developed in canon before linking up with the first theme, summarized in three great fortissimo chords. Five long muted chords reply to it before a ferocious coda bursting with action, dissonances and digital difficulty. Frédéric François Chopin PLAYLIST (reference recordings): 🤍
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Concert pianist Chenyin Li performs Burgmuller's Ballade, No 15 from 25 Studies of Progressive Difficulty op 100. The score is inside issue 76 of Pianist, which you can download here: 🤍 ◼️ WHY NOT SUPPORT US? Thank you for watching this video! In order for us to keep making videos, we need your help. You can play your part by giving us a thumbs up, leaving a comment or subscribing to our channel. ◼️ FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Instagram – 🤍 Facebook – 🤍 Twitter – 🤍 ◼️ VISIT OUR WEBSITE: 🤍 ◼️ PERFORMED BY: CHENYIN LI – A celebrated concert pianist, Chenyin Li is knowing for her fiery and intelligent performances of a wide variety of repertoire. Having won multiple international competitions, she has established herself as a versatile player who shines in both solo repertoire as well as concerto. Chenyin's extensive discography includes more than 50 albums for Pianist magazine. ◼️ FILMED BY: IAGO NÚÑEZ – Iago has produced more than 50 CDs for Pianist magazine and since 2017 he has overseen the complete production process, including recording, editing and mastering. 🤍 ◼️ PROFESSIONAL TIPS AND ADVICE: Sign up to our email list and receive exclusive how-to-play tips from our experts, exciting news and special offers. 🤍 ◼️ PIANIST MAGAZINE 🤍pianistmagazine.com This video is created by Pianist magazine, which is adored internationally by those who have a passion for playing the piano. This is the definitive magazine for piano players of all levels, from beginners to advanced. Each issue comes packed with professional advice on topics such as technique, pedalling and interpretation, plus sheet music reviews, Q&As, teaching tips, in-depth ‘How to Play’ masterclasses, readers’ letters, piano news, interviews with top concert pianists and so much more. Every issue features 40 pages of pull out sheet music and a free tutorial CD, featuring all the scores played by a professional pianist. ◼️ PIANIST MAGAZINE DIGITAL ISSUE 🤍 With a digital subscription, you’ll find 40 pages of selected sheet music (suitable for players of all levels) accompanied by specially recorded sound files. The sound files act as the perfect learning tool, so you can listen to a piece of music before you learn it - all you need to do is click on the ‘sound’ icon and turn the Scores pages with a light swipe of your finger.
Relaxing and Meditation Music.. PLAYLIST* 00:01 Ballade pour Adeline 02:36 Song for Anna 05:45 Hungarian Sonata 09:02 Mariage D'Amour 13:32 Looking trough the Eyes of Love 17:20 Let Me Try Again 20:48 Endless Love 24:35 She 28:18 Woman 32:04 Nothing's Gonna Change my Love for You 35:41 Smile 39:14 Close to You 42:47 Right here Waiting for You 46:16 Aline 49:44 Somewhere in Time 52:59 Donna Donna 56:36 And I Love Her 59:48 Right here Waiting 1:04:10 You're my Everything 1:09:11 You are my World 1:12:23 One Minute with You 1:15:34 Flowers Flowers Flowers 1:19:08 What A wonderful World 1:25:39 The Last Waltz