6 Humoresques de concert, Op. 14

Ignacy Jan Paderewski composed his Humoresques de Concert, Op. 14, in 1887. They consists of six piano pieces organized in a two-book set, which was published in 1888. The most successful piece of this set, the Minuet in G, Op. 14 no. 1 became world-famous, overshadowing many other works such as the Symphony in B minor "Polonia", the Piano Concerto in A minor, and the opera Manru.

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Sheet Music 6 Humoresques de concert, Op. 14 - Book I: Antique (nos. 1-3) (Berlin: Bote & Bock) PreviewFavoriteDownload
Sheet Music 6 Humoresques de concert, Op. 14 - Book II: Modern (nos. 4-6) (Berlin: Bote & Bock) PreviewFavoriteDownload
Sheet Music 6 Humoresques de concert, Op. 14 - Book I: Antique (nos. 1-3) (Berlin: Bote & Bock) PreviewFavoriteDownload
Sheet Music 6 Humoresques de concert, Op. 14 - Book II: Modern (nos. 4-6) (Berlin: Bote & Bock) PreviewFavoriteDownload
Sheet Music 6 Humoresques de concert, Op. 14 - I. Menuet in G major PreviewFavoriteDownload
Sheet Music 6 Humoresques de concert, Op. 14 - III. Caprice PreviewFavoriteDownload
Sheet Music 6 Humoresques de concert, Op. 14 - VI. Cracovienne Fantastique PreviewFavoriteDownload

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