nocturne 20

The Nocturne No. 20 in C-sharp minor, Op. posth., Lento con gran espressione, P 1, No. 16, KKIVa/16, is a solo piano piece composed by Frédéric Chopin in 1830 and published in 1870.

Opening bars of Nocturne No.20

Chopin dedicated this work to his older sister, Ludwika Chopin, with the statement: “To my sister Ludwika as an exercise before beginning the study of my second Concerto”. First published 26 years after the composer’s death, the piece is usually referred to as Lento con gran espressione, from its tempo marking. It is sometimes also called Reminiscence.The piece was famously played by Holocaust survivor Natalia Karp for the Nazi concentration camp commandant Amon Goeth, with Goeth being so impressed with the rendition, that he spared Karp’s life.

Performer:Wladyslaw Szpilman.Wladyslaw Szpilman (Wladek) played this music in the last live broadcast for the Polish Radio on 23.9.1939 . An hour later German bombs destroyed its power supply and the Warsaw Radio closed for long 6 years.

Those old hands have been through so much.Beautiful interptetation.  

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Chopin - Nocturne No. 20 in C-Sharp Minor, Op. Posthumous
Arranged for String Group by Louise-Andrée Baril

Performed by the La Pieta Chamber Group with Angèle Dubeau on solo violin

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(*) müzik: chopin, “nocturne no. 20 in c sharp minor”.

(**) video: janusz olejniczak.

hand me over my violin - a violin sherlock instrumental fanmix ; companion to when i’m thinking

nocturne - chopin / the chairman’s waltz - john williams / adagio for violin and orchestra - mozart / andre rieu - arsenal le comte / adagio - gabriel yared / opaque - hildur guonadottir / danse macabre - camille saint-saens / german dance no.1 - schubert / nocturne no. 20 - barenboim / erupting light - hildur guonadottir / violin concert in g major - vivaldi / george’s waltz - abel korzeniowski

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anonymous asked:

I'm so excited for Jason's new short! I was skeptical about using music from Hamilton at first but he was so sweet in his video and it's gonna be so much fun (also that russian split <3). Sidenote, do you know anything about Evgenia's new programs? I thought I read somewhere that Averbukh would be working with another choreographer which would be, you know, great, but I don't remember where and how.

Thanks for asking!

I am sure Jason will use the Russian split - it seems to be his trademark :) I like the peppy tune for the Room Where It Happens, I think it will suit him well.

Evgenia’s new SP is Chopin’s Nocturne 20 (Joshua Bell version) and the FS is January Stars and The Leftovers OST. I also read that another choreographer was helping out (so fingers crossed for less Averbukh-ness). I believe it was  Daniil Gleihengause, whom I know nothing about, but maybe another reader of my blog will.

Tagged by: @ygartist!!! THANK YOU BABE!!! <3 

rules: you can tell a lot about a person based on the type of music they listen to. put your music on shuffle and list the first 10 songs, then tag 10 people. no skipping

1) reflection - bts (namjoon solo)
2) mamma mia - abba 
3) nocturne no. 20 in c-sharp minor, op. posth - steve anderson
4) 2 different tears - wonder girls 
5) stop and stare - one republic
6) rain in the springtime - gfriend
7) eternal love - fin.k.l.
8) reflex - infinite
9) lonely (JP ver.) - 2ne1
10) baby baby - winner

tagging: @yoongi-sugaa, @caelvms, @2nep1nk, @witchmerci

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David Assemany - Chopin, Nocturne Opus Posthumous, No. 20 | Shadowhunters 2x14 Music

Nocturne n.20 in c-sharp minor
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Nocturne n.20 by Chopin.

“After playing Chopin, I feel as if I had been weeping over sins that I had never committed, and mourning over tragedies that were not my own”. -Oscar Wilde.