a masquerade ball - playlist

i. waltz no. 2 - dmitri shostakovich, ii. dance of the knights - prokofiev, iii. danse macabre - camille saint-saëns, iv. once upon a december - anastasia (piano version), v. hungarian dance no. 5 - johannes brahms, vi. vienna blood -  johann strauss ii, vii. waltz of the flowers - tchaikovsky, viii. the skater’s waltz - emile waldteufel, ix. allegro - johann sebastian bach, x. la follia - vivaldi, xi.  gramofon -  eugen doga


“And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music.” 

Friedrich Nietzsche

Well well well. Here’s my piece for the Letsdrawsherlock challenge of this month, focused on the missing scenes. 

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Waltz Op. 69, No. 2 was composed by Frédéric Chopin for solo piano in the year 1829, although published posthumously. The main theme is in the key of B minor and is marked with an overall tempo of Moderato. It is one of several works that the composer hoped would be burnt upon his death.

The piece is largely melancholic and changes to B major and again reverts to the original theme. It is not technically demanding and is one of Chopin’s better known pieces.

Performer:Vladimir Ashkenazy, he performs this Chopin waltz the best i think.

This waltz is one of my favorites.Elegant and Beautiful.