(2010). Chopin and early nineteenth century piano schools.
In: Szklener, Artur ed.
The Sources Of Chopin’s Creative Style: Inspirations And Contexts.
Warsaw: Narodowy Instytut Fryderyka Chopina, pp. 83–96.
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The paper briefly examines the rise of the idea of performing schools in the early nineteenth century and examines some of the core texts that describe piano schools of the first half of the nineteenth century. Chopin never quite fitted into any of the mainstream schools and the paper examines the consequent effect on his career.
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||The book contains extended articles from the 5th International Academic Conference organized by the Institute in December 2005. Articles cover wild range of subjects on the relations between Chopin's music and the Polish folk music, the contemporary artistic style - style brillant, bel canto, the salon music. They present newly discovered facts from Chopin's life.
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