F. Chopin: Mazurka Op.7 N.2

Mazurka op. 7 No. 2 was composed by Chopin in A minor. It has an intimate sound and at some times even graceful. The central part instead seems to evoke a medieval festival music with a trumpet ring. In fact in the album of Elsner’s daughter, Emilia was found a previous version, with an initial chorus in the key A major, drawn from the music of a band of rural players, to whom Chopin wrote word Dudy (Bagpipes). According to professor Mieczysław Tomaszewski.

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