F. Chopin: Mazurka Op.7 No.4

The last of the mazurkas from opus 7 in A flat major is:  [...an unquestionable cliché of folk music...Tadeusz Zieliński wrote that this Mazurka was ‘taken note for note from folklore’] according to professor Mieczysław Tomaszewski,  This Mazurka was dedicated to Paul Emile Johns, a composer, known as the first who performed a Beethoven piano concerto … Continue reading F. Chopin: Mazurka Op.7 No.4

F. Chopin: Mazurka Op.6 No.1

Mazurka The Mazurka, in Polish Mazurek, is a couple dancing with widespread triple rhythm across Europe. The etymology of the word Mazurka is of Polish origin and derives from Mazury, Mazury in Polish, or Mazovia, names of two Polish regions, to Mazurek, a village near Warsaw, where the first 500 originated this dance, or Mazur, … Continue reading F. Chopin: Mazurka Op.6 No.1