Trois Nouvelles Études, B. 130

Frédéric Chopin wrote his  Trois Nouvelles Études, B. 130 in 1839 as a contribution to the piano instruction book by Ignaz Moscheles and François-Joseph Fétis, Méthode des méthodes de piano. The piece in A-flat major develops students' facility with 2-on-3 polyrhythms while showing none of the technical flash of most of the composer's Études Op. 10 and 25. The second etude's melody sits upon a series of chords in the right hand with a simple bass in the left hand. It was also the last piece Franz Liszt was heard playing ... more

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Sheet Music 3 Nouvelles Etudes - No.1 in F minor Preview Download
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