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Chopin: Sonata 3 Op. 58 in B Minor

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ID:2038
Frédéric Chopin - Sonatas :
Sonata 3, Op. 58
Sonata 3 Op. 58  in B Minor by Chopin piano sheet music
Key: B Minor Published: 1844
Level: 8+ Period: Early Romantic
piano sheet music Piano score: Scanned score (7210 kB)


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xx liszt's b minor sonata  V chopins b minor sonata
June 23, 2004, 04:02:59 PM by matt_haley

I HOPE TWO HEAR MANY OPINIONS ON THIS QUESTION -

IT IS SOMETHING I HAD NO ANSWER TO UNTILL RECENTY BUT WHICH IS THE GREATER WORK IN YOUR EYES - LIZST SONATA IN B MINOR   OR
                         CHOPINS SONATA IN BMINOR OP58

i BELEIVE CHOPINS SLIGHTLY EDGES IT, BOTH MIGHT NOT BE WRITTEN IN TYPICAL SONATA FORM BUT THEY ARE MASTER PEICES,  THE ALLEGRO MAESTRO OF THE 1ST MOVEMENT IS RICH AND POWERFUL AND ALSO CAPTURES A NOCTURE WITHIN THE MOVEMENT,A CRACKING SHERZO.A LONG BUT BEAUTIFUL LARGO AND THE FINALE - ONE OF THE GREATEST MOVEMENT IN ANY SONATA PRESTO MA NON TANTO THE HEAVY RUSH OF THEM F SHARP CHORDS GIVE A TASTE OF WHATS TO COME WHAT AN INCREDABILE MOVEMENT  -  THE INTERPRETATION OF EVKENY KISSIN IS FANTASTIC.

I COULD DISECT THE LIZST SONATA BUT IM SURE U ALL HAVE YOUR OWN FEWS.

I BELEIVE THAT CHIOPINS 3RD SONATA IN BMINOR OP58 PERHAPS STAKED A CLAIM TO A BEETHOVENIAN MANTLE THAT EVEN HIS MOST DISTINGUISHED SALON PIECES HAD BBEN POWERLESS TO EARN HIM.   WHAT AN INCREDABILE COMPOSER!!

DO YOU AGREE ?

THANKS ALL     Matt  ( from manchester england- im newish to the forum )


xx Re: Request!
October 11, 2007, 10:52:51 AM by nilsjohan

Now there is.  Smiley


xx Funeral marches/Largo
July 25, 2008, 12:40:04 AM by aewanko

can you give me suggestions for funeral marches (or similar to that, e.g. 3rd mvt. of Chopin's 3rd sonata). I'd like to show to my mother that classical music is not at all times "nice", "bouncy", "soft" and most of all RELAXING!! Already mastered Chopin's funeral march (3rd mvt., 2nd sonata) and the beethoven funeral march (3rd mvt. no. 12 sonata). Anymore funeral marches?


xx Chopin Piano Sonata 3
October 29, 2008, 02:28:21 AM by gregh87

Hey everyone,
I've been looking at this piece, and I'm considering learning it for my big piece next semester (and hopefully I could learn all of it).  I'm performing Ravel's Ondine in about a month, and I was wondering if the Chopin is feasible for me, as the last movement sounds extremely difficult.

How does it compare in difficulty to Ravel's Ondine, Chopin's 4th Ballade, Beethoven's Waldstein, and Rachmaninoff's 2nd Piano Concerto?  These are the principle pieces I've learned in the past couple of years.  Just from my first impression from listening to it and following the music, it seems much harder, but pieces always seem really difficult to me when I listen to them.  (Sorry for making this kind of difficulty-comparison threads, I know there are probably a gagillion out there.)

Thanks!


xx Question about Chopin Interpretation
December 09, 2008, 04:57:13 AM by gregh87

I just started learning Chopin's 3rd Sonata, and it is very quickly becoming my favorite piece.  I have a question about rolled chords:

I have pretty large hands (I can reach an 11th with my left), and I can play all the tenths in the first movement without rolling the chords.  I prefer not to roll the chords, but a bunch of chords are written as rolled.

What are people's opinions about making minor changes like playing rolled chords solidly in interpreting Chopin?  Is it possible Chopin wrote the 10ths as rolled so the piece would be more accessible?


question Chopin Sonata or Liszt Sonata - which is harder?
April 02, 2009, 11:15:42 AM by ivoree

http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/stephen_hough/blog/2009/04/01/why_the_chopin_b_minor_sonata_is_harder_than_the_liszt_b_minor_sonata

I just read this blog by Stephen Hough. Quite interesting! Not sure I agree though ...


xx 3 sonatas: chopin 3, Rachmaninov 2, and liszt
October 24, 2009, 02:00:33 PM by franz_

3 giant sonatas. But which one is the less hard, technically?


xx Chopin Sonata No. 3 in B minor, Op. 58
May 19, 2011, 04:44:07 PM by wanghuey




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