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Chopin Ballad Op. 23

You’ve got a good ear and have answered our skill testing question correctly! This wonderful 1836 Chopin ballad is in the key of G minor. Beginning on a Neapolitan chord, the piece eventually settles into its first main melody in the latter part of measure eight. The piece concludes with a terrific coda marked presto con fuoco.

Chopin wrote four ballads, all of which are very popular amongst concert pianists.

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The Op. 79, No. 2 Brahms Rhapsody is also in the key of G minor. Both this and Op. 79, No. 1 are passionate works, filled with excitement. As for Schumann’s Knecht Ruprecht, it was written in the year 1848.

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Piano Music | Chamber Classical Music | Inspirational Orchestral Music | Classical Composers | Name That Music | Free Composition and Piano Lessons | Piano Music Notes | Learn Music Theory | Finale Music Writing Software | Composing Music to Films | Writing Classical Score | List of Instruments | Music Sound Recording Studios | Multitrack Recording Process | Music Mixing Advice