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  1. Feb 25,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Impromptu in B Flat Major Op. /3 · Ignacy Jan Paderewski · Franz Schubert Greatest Classical Masters - ℗ Unchained Melodíe.
  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Ignacy Jan Paderewski - Ignace Jan Paderewski on AllMusic - Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Ignacy Jan Paderewski - Ignace Jan Paderewski on AllMusic - Impromptu for piano in A flat major, D. /2 (Op. posth. /2) Franz.
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  4. 4 Impromptus, D. , Op. III. Impromptu in B-Flat Major "Rosamunde", a song by Franz Schubert, Ignacy Jan Paderewski on Spotify.
  5. Ignacy Jan Paderewski. Polonaise in A Flat Major Impromptu in G flat major, Op. Impromptu in C sharp minor, Op. Krystian Zimerman. Ballade No. 1 Op. 23 in G minor. Ballade No. 2 Op. 38 in F major. Ballade No. 3 Op. 47 in A flat .
  6. Arthur Rubinstein, Clara Haskil, Claudio Arrau, Robert Casadesus, Edwin Fischer, Walter Gieseking, Shura Cherkassky, Wanda Landowska, Ignacy Jan Paderewski, Various Artists - 20 Famous Pianists Play Outstanding Classical Music - unmesmadamelonglidgrovatrisusou.coinfo Music5/5(5).
  7. Jul 22,  · Paderewski’s use emphasizes the vocal qualities of the line. Arpeggiation of chords is another anachronism he employs, sometimes inordinately as in Schubert’s A flat impromptu, characterizing it as excessively twee. His idiosyncratic use of rubato can niggle at times, but I find I can tolerate it.
  8. This simple-sounding Impromptu in A flat major starts with a theme of deep contentment with a moment of heartbreaking beauty on a chord of the flat supertonic, fortissimo, which slips quietly back to the tonic major pianissimo. It is as quintessentially a Schubert moment as it is a quintessentially musical moment.

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