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Rondo in E flat major (Chopin)

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The Rondo in E-flat major, Op. 16, sometimes called Introduction and Rondo, is a classical composition by Frédéric Chopin, written in 1833. It was dedicated to Caroline Hartmann.

Analysis

The piece is written in rondo form, it begins with a passionate introduction in C minor, this is followed by the joyful main theme in E-flat major. The second theme is still lively, but somewhat more subdued than the first. To conclude, the main theme returns, followed by a virtuosic coda. The piece as a whole is very varied and interesting, but challenging for the pianist. An average performance of this work lasts around 10 minutes.

References

Rondo in E-flat major (Chopin) Wikipedia


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