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Chopin: Waltz in B Minor

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Frédéric Chopin - Waltzes :
Waltz, Op. 69 No. 2
Waltz Op. 69 No. 2  in B Minor by Chopin piano sheet music
Key: B Minor Published: 1829
Level: 6 Period: Early Romantic
piano sheet music Piano score: Scanned score (845 kB)


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xx what are your thoughts on Chopin Waltz in B m, Op.69 Nº.2
October 26, 2004, 12:08:26 AM by RH200300

what are your  thoughts  on  Chopin Waltz in B m, Op.69  Nº.2

i am a piano student . anything need to be address ? 




xx Chopin - Waltz op 69 no 2
May 09, 2005, 04:54:12 AM by i_m_robot

This is from about a year ago (its the only record self has of self in mp3)

sorry bout the buzzy - self digipiano is very old and doesnt really have good sound or touch -or any touch for that matter  (but it's better than nothing)

and it was recorded with a generic 7 year old mic


xx Chopin Waltz - Aaah! Help! ; ;
September 28, 2005, 05:44:36 AM by aya_heller

  I'm learning Chopin's Waltz in B Minor.  Op. 69, No. 2.  I've basically got it now, just need to work on the section I was neglecting a lot. =P

  Anyway, my piano teacher says he really enjoys it, he says he likes it better than any of the recordings he has heard, and when I play it he says he is able to actually listen to it and enjoy it without going into "teacher mode".

  It's a simply piece, especially compared to what most of you are playing (easy enough for me, and I've only been playing two years. XD).  Because it is a simple piece, I feel kind of silly when I really get into it.  I looove this piece, it's beautiful, but when I listen to recordings, they generally sound like they don't really care what they are playing, maybe it's too easy so it's boring or something.  It sounds good, and I think of that as the perfect way to play it.

  But me, well, I exaggerate a bit I'm afraid, I feel like a speed up way too much in the middle section, and some parts I go too fast, just cause I think it sounds better that way, when I'm playing it that is.

  Even though my teacher likes it so much, would it be best if I just toned everything down a lot?  Should I play it perhaps a little more "perfectly" but with absolutely no emotion?  I'm performing this soon, so I'd love some advice.

Thanks in advance. D=


xx Pedaling for Chopin Waltz No. 10 In B Minor, Op. 69 Np. 2
March 24, 2006, 12:04:03 PM by atticus

Hi All,

I have the Palmer version of Chopin Waltz no. 10.  The first part is marked "p" but I am having a hard time playing it softly while using the sustain pedal.  The version I have has the pedal held for the entire measure which seems like too much pedal.  Does anyone have any tips on playing softly while using the sustain pedal or any tips on how to pedal this waltz?

Thanks,
atticus


xx Chopin Waltz in b minor Op. 69 No. 2
June 10, 2007, 06:45:40 AM by kevin2006

Please tell me what you think of my recording.


xx Another recording of Chopin's Waltz in b minor
August 03, 2007, 05:51:30 PM by kevin2006

Last time I recorded this piece and I wasn't happy about the way I played. So this time I made some changes, please enjoy!


xx Question about Chopin Waltz in B minor (Op. 69 No. 2)
April 23, 2009, 04:50:07 AM by practice

So I am currently learning this piece, but I've encountered something funny. Here is the sheet music:

http://www.free-sheet-music.de/chopin/Walzer%20Op.%2069%20Nr.2%20Fontana-Ausgabe.pdf

Now, when I listen to professional recordings of this piece, it seems to me that measures 13-15 and 29-31 are played slightly differently than it is written here. Also, in professional recordings, I'm pretty sure these measures are played exactly the same, i.e. measures 13-15 = measures 29-31; however, in the sheet music above, if you look, there are slight differences between these two sets of measures. I also feel like there is an extra note in all the professional recordings I've listened to.

If you think I'm nuts, try playing those measures on your piano, then listen to Rubinstein play them: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XgQvyLfPdFo (18 seconds, 43 seconds). Sound different? But it's not just Rubinstein; literally everyone else plays it the same way.

I honestly think it sounds better the way they play it, but I'm just quite baffled as to why all of them play it that way if the sheet music says something different.

I'm thinking there may be something wrong with my sheet music. Seriously, what the heck.. Can anyone help me out?


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