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Chopin Piano Concerto No. 2
Adolfo Barabino

Chopin's concertos are regarded as the pinnacle achievements of the "Warsaw" period of his oeuvre, his childhood and his youth until his departure from Poland in November 1830. Both concertos became widely renowned from the moment they were written, and still today they hold a firm place in the pianistic canon among the most celebrated Romantic works of this genre. The F minor Concerto Op. 21, his favorite, first composed but published as the second, is regarded as the more lyrical even intimate and delicate.
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Track List - DVD-Audio
Cat No. CR6021-6

Frédéric Chopin

Piano Concerto No. 2 in F minor Op21

1] Maestoso (14:31)

2] Larghetto (9:05)

3] Allegro vivace (8:40)


4] Berceuse Op.57 (4:51)
5] Mazurka Op.17 No.4 (4:47)
6] Mazurka Op. 24 No.1 (3:21)
7] Mazurka Op. 63 No.2 (1:48)
8] Mazurka Op. 63 No.3 (4:47)
9] Mazurka Op. 68 No.2 (2:54)
10] Mazurka Op. 68 No.4 (3:01)