3 Ecossaises, Op. 72 no. 3

Frédéric Chopin composed this set of three Ecoissaises for piano solo in 1826. They were published after his death, in 1855, as no. 3 of Op. 72 (a posthumous release which also included a nocturne and a funeral march). The Ecoissaises are lively contradances, inspired in the tradition of the Scottish dances that were popular in the continent.

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RecordingEcossaises, Op. 72 no. 3 - I. In D major
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RecordingEcossaises, Op. 72 no. 3 - II. In G major
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RecordingEcossaises, Op. 72 no. 3 - III. In D flat major
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