In today’s episode of PianoTV, we’re going to look at Impressionist music. We’ll talk about the composers who played a role in this sound movement (namely Debussy), what the impressionist style sounds like, and characteristics of the music.
Hi friends, and welcome to another episode of PianoTV! We’re back today with a tutorial that was requested – a simplified version of Winter Wind by Chopin (Etude op. 25 no. 11 in A minor).
Today we’re going to look at Chopin’s most famous piece, his Nocturne op. 9 no. 2. This music analysis video was a request, and as always, if there are any other famous classical pieces you want me to look at, let me know in the comments.
In today’s episode of PianoTV, I want to discuss the easiest Chopin pieces, and the ones to avoid until you’re very skilled. So much of Chopin’s music is extremely difficult, and even his easiest pieces are at an intermediate-early advanced level.
Today we’ll be discussing the musical genre of the Polonaise, which is a Polish dance that appears in a fairly diverse range of piano music. Guys from earlier time periods, like Bach and Beethoven (both German), made use of the Polonaise, but the most famous Polonaises were composed by Frederic Chopin (Polish by birth).