Could it be magic chopin
Chopin Quotes (13 quotes)
Barry Manilow - Could It Be Magic
Initially released in by Featherbed a group of session musicians featuring Barry Manilow , produced and co-written by Tony Orlando , it was later re-recorded as a Barry Manilow solo track, given a first album and single release in on Bell Records and - after remixing - an album and single rerelease in on Arista Records. The re-release became one of Manilow's first hits. The song has been recorded by a number of other artists over the years, most successfully by Donna Summer in and by Take That in
Could it be Magic? - F Chopin & B Manilow (Mixed Ensemble)
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Certainly, no compilation of "classics for beginners" is complete without his E minor Prelude. This is exactly how one side of music history sees Chopin's work. His expression is one of gloomy introspection. Some accounts of his life make the image of a self-pitying composer, ill at ease with the world, easy to believe. After the failure of the November Uprising that year, and as a committed Polish nationalist, Chopin could have been arrested had he gone back to Warsaw.
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Few composers command such universal love as Chopin; even fewer have such a high proportion of their entire output remaining in the active repertoire. He wrote just under works; of these are for solo piano. More than any other, Chopin is responsible for the development of modern piano technique and style. His influence on succeeding generations of writers of piano music was profound and inescapable. He dreamt up a whole range of new colours, harmonies and means of expression in which he exploited every facet of the new developments in piano construction.