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Chopin: Waltz Op. 18 in E-flat Major

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Frédéric Chopin - Waltzes :
Waltz, Op. 18
Waltz Op. 18  in E-flat Major by Chopin piano sheet music
Key: E-flat Major Year: 1832
Level: 8 Period: Early Romantic
piano sheet music Piano score: Scanned score (1587 kB)

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xx Chopin - Op. 18, nº 1 ''Grande Valse Brillante'' E-flat major
October 14, 2013, 07:40:11 PM by adgjgjg

Hello  Smiley
This is me playing the popular Grande valse brillante by chopin,
its been 3 weeks since i started learning this piece, so i know this is pretty immature and has a lot of mistakes. I might upload a better version later
tips and opinions are very welcome!

xx a Chopin Recital
January 09, 2011, 02:06:37 PM by frank_48

i am thinking of a hiring a venue for a chopin recital at the end of the year, i was thinking to be worth it, i would play about 20 pieces, going for roughly 90 mins these are the pieces i was hoping to play, i know the first 10 already, so its only a matter of learning the last 10 pieces in a matter of 11 months, what do you think, feasible?

1. Fantaisie Impromptu
2. Op.10 No.3
3. Op.9 No.1
4. Op.69 No.2
5. Op.28 No.4
6. Op.15 No.2
7. Op.Posth No.20
8. Op.28 No.1
9. Op.28 No.13
10. Waltz, No.16

11. Op.37 No.1
12. Op.72 No.1
13. Op.69 No.1
14. Op.64 No.2
15. Op.28 No.15
16. Op.9 No.2
17. Op.27 No.2
18. Op.62 No.2
19. Waltz, Op.18
20. Prelude, Op.45

this is merley a thought at the present time, im not sure how things will turn out in the end.

xx Chopin
December 30, 2010, 07:02:07 AM by sjeon

My teacher gave me three pieces to play. I have to pick one of them to play.
The three are:
Chopin's Polonaise op.40 no.1
Chopin- Fantasie Impromptu
Chopin - Waltz op.18

Which one should I play?
What do you think about these pieces?

xx Chopin Waltz Op 18 [Video]
December 04, 2010, 11:33:05 AM by can

Chopin Waltz Op 18

I hope you like it. I'm looking forward to your comments... Thank you.

xx Chopin
August 24, 2010, 08:15:57 AM by pianisten1989

So, I haven't had a lesson in some weeks, because I've been moving. (starting first year of bachelor in Aarhus).

I've already met the teacher, and I know I made a good impression. But I don't want to come to the first lesson with pieces, played like sh*t.

So here are a few pieces I've been playing for like 1½ week.

xx Chopin Valse
May 18, 2010, 07:00:13 AM by lolwutla

heeloo there. one of my friends recently showed me a piece by chopin called grande valse brillane op. 18. is it hard to play? because i really want to  Grin. around what grade is it for ameb? i am gr 8.thanks in advance  Smiley

xx A Chopin Piece
March 04, 2010, 09:18:42 AM by sjeon

Recent four pieces 've played
two mozart sonata(331,332)
 bach french suite no.5 and a prlude nd fugue in c minor
chopin waltz op 64 no 1

I'm planning to learn chopin waltz op.18 or op.42 Whch one should I play?
how long will it tae for me to play them?
Which one is harder?

xx Chopin Waltz Op.18
September 18, 2008, 03:41:28 PM by yw1935

This Waltz was played by a 10 y/o girl

xx Chopin Grand Waltz - Youtube Video
June 09, 2008, 10:27:26 PM by kevinli123

Hi Everyone,

please check out my Youtube Video and comment on the vid! I am 11 years old hen I played!


xx Chopin Valser Op.18 - Left Hand
June 29, 2005, 07:48:00 PM by solitudewithin

Hi all,
i just finished Bach WTC I - Prelude & Fugue 2 , Chopin Mazurka Op.68 no.2 and Scarlatti Sonata K009.
So my next goal is to learn this beatiful valse. It has been always my desire to learn it sometime  Wink
My only problem are the jumps of the left hand.My accuracy is good but i feel fatigue after a while.
So do you have any suggetions how to gain the stamina and relaxation to play it? Should i concentrate
on the lateral movement of the shoulder and forearm and keep my wrist as supple as possible?


PS: This forum rocks Wink

xx Pedal in Chopin`s Waltz no.1
November 04, 2004, 06:42:33 PM by jlmap

I have a question. My teacher wants me to play this waltz with a lot of pedal. But I like to play it almost without pedal. Which is the correct way?

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