This is a on-going project and the magazine announced that soon a link for downloading the audio will be available for the readers. I only put it on as a curiosity and insisted that the notes explain its doubtful attribution. Probably the most famous are the Minute Waltz in D-flat major and the C-sharp minor waltz oftwo of the last set of waltzes Chopin published before his death Op. Grande valse ,elancolique in E-flat major, Op. A further five were published with posthumous opus numbers in the decade following his death, and since then a further nelancolique have been published, without opus numbers. The Fryderyk Chopin Institute.
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I heard it by chance in since the italian pianist Bruno Canino played it as an encore in Milano, and I was immediately fascinated by the beauty of some melodic and harmonic lines. Stephen Hough and Garrick Ohlsson made recordings of the piece and YouTube is full of amateurish takes of the same Valse. I wanted to write a short communication about my discovery and I immediately thought about the Chopin Institute in Warsaw.
A very kind scholar wrote me back immediately saying that the Valse had been not included in the standard catalogue of Chopin works but that the news of a correct identification of the piece was very interesting. At the same time I visited Canino, gave him a copy of the score and asked if he wanted to record the Valse in the original form.
This is a on-going project and the magazine announced that soon a link for downloading the audio will be available for the readers. The original Mayer Valse is perfect in the sense of architectural balance and re-establish the value of the piece.
By the way, another copy identical of the corrupted one had been published in : I examined it and found that is identical to the current shortened version. Chopin was fastidious about such things and there is false note-leading, inaccurate spelling of accidentals and rough harmony too many thirds, bad spacing.
I also never thought it sounded Chopin-esque but much more Russian. I only put it on as a curiosity and insisted that the notes explain its doubtful attribution.
Free Piano Sheet Music – Valse Melancolique Op. 2, No. 3 – Rebikov