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Chopin: Polonaise Op. 44 in F-sharp Minor

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Frédéric Chopin - Polonaises :
Polonaise, Op. 44
Polonaise Op. 44  in F-sharp Minor by Chopin piano sheet music
Key: F-sharp Minor Published: 1841
Level: 8+ Period: Early Romantic
piano sheet music Piano score: Scanned score (3601 kB)



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xx chopin polonaise in f# minor opus 44
June 28, 2008, 03:37:08 AM by lohshuhan

hello peeps!!!  can i just check 2 things from this piece?  

1) in the left hand of bar 61 and the subsequent bars, are the runs supposed to be played in time with the right hand?  or is it supposed to be approximate?  

2) in the right hand of bar 28, the rhythm says double dotted quaver, demisemiquaver, quaver quaver, and triplets.  Is that right?  or should be dotted quaver followed by semiquaver?  

would appreciate it if anyone could help me do a countercheck with their versions.  


xx Chopin - Polonaise in F sharp minor, Op. 44
October 06, 2008, 04:29:03 PM by cherub_rocker1979

This is what I will be playing in rep class today.  Wish me luck!


xx Re: Graduate Recital
April 14, 2009, 03:08:23 AM by cherub_rocker1979

Chopin - Polonaise in F-sharp Minor


xx Polonaise op.44 (Middle Section before Mazurka)
December 31, 2009, 10:07:57 PM by Marcelo Castellanos

I wasn't sure whether to post this topic here or in the Repertoire section, so please forgive my ignorance. 

I am currently working my way through Chopin's Polonaise in F# minor.  The piece isn't so difficult from a technique point of view, but the interpretation of measures 83-103 and 111-127 is killing me.  I've never really heard anything like it before, nor has my teacher.  I've heard some people ascribe it to sounding like a guitar, which I guess makes sense, but the whole section just seems out of place. 

I would appreciate any input from people who are familiar with the piece.


xx Chopin Repertoire
December 01, 2010, 11:49:39 AM by berman

Hey folks, I have a question here, I want a rather big Chopin repertoire (maybe 1 hour or so) and this is what i already have:
Scherzo no. 3 op. 39
Polonaise op. 44
Etude op. 10 no. 5
Etudes op. 25 no. 5, 7 and 12.

Could someone give some tips about new pieces to add?


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