The Real Chopin – The complete works - 2010 (21 CD BOX SET, FLAC)

The Real Chopin – The complete works – 2010 (21 CD BOX SET, FLAC)

Composer: Fryderyk Chopin
Performer: Dang Thai Son, Raul Koczalski, Fou Ts’ong, Colleen Lee Ka-ling, Nelson Goerne, Tatiana Shebanova, Wojciech Świtał, Janusz Olejniczak, Nelson Goerner, Kevin Kenner, Janusz Olejniczak, Dina Yoffe, Jan Krzysztof Broja, Nikolai Demidenko, Ewa Pobłocka, Nelson Goerner, Marek Drewnowski
Orchestra: Orchestra of the 18th Century
Conductor: Frans Brüggen
Audio CD
Number of Discs: 21 CD
Format: FLAC (image + .cue)
Label: NIFC (Narodowy Instytut Fryderyka Chopina)
Size: 4.81 GB
Recovery: +3%
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The Real Chopin: The complete works on period instruments [21 CDs]

Concertos ▪ Sonatas ▪ Rondos ▪ Variations ▪ Ballades ▪ Scherzos ▪ Impromptus ▪ Preludes ▪ Etudes ▪ Polonaises ▪ Waltzes ▪ Nocturnes ▪ Mazurkas ▪ Ecossaises ▪ Fantasia ▪ Barcarolle ▪ Berceuse ▪ Bolero ▪ Tarantella ▪ Contredanse ▪ Galop ▪ Fuga ▪ Songs ▪ etc.

Frédéric François Chopin (1810-49)

CD 1

Ballade No. 1 OP. 23).
Fantasy-impromptu (OP. 66).
Prelude No. 20 (Op. 28 No. 20).
Waltz No. 1 (OP. 18).
Nocturne No. 8 (OP. 27 No. 2).
Mazurka No. 5, OP. 7 No. 1).
Lullaby (OP. 57).

CD 2

Mazurka № 6, 11, 12, 14, 16 — 19, 22, 25, 27, 30 — 32, 35, 36, 40, 51 (OP. 7 No. 2, OP. 17 No. 2 and 3; OP. 24 No. 1, 3 and 4; OP. 30 No. 1 and 2; OP. 33 No. 1 and 4; OP. 41 No. 1; OP. 50 No. 1 — 3; OP. 56 No. 3, OP. 59 No. 1; OP. 63 No. 2, OP. 68 No. 4).

CD 3

Sonata No. 3 (OP. 58).
Prelude No. 13 — 18 (OP. 28 No. 13 — 18).
The Polonaise-fantasy [No. 7] (OP. 61).
Mazurka No. 22 — 25 (OP. 33 No. 1 — 4).
Fantasy in f minor (OP. 49).

CD 4

Four ballads (OP. 23; OP. 38; OP. 47; OP. 52).
Nocturnes No. 7, 8 and 14 (OP. 27 No. 1 and 2; OP. 48 No. 2).

CD 5

Two concerts for piano and orchestra (op. 11; OP. 21).

CD 6

Waltzes Nos. 1 — 14 (OP. 18; OP. 34 No. 1 — 3; OP. 42; OP. 64 No. 1 — 3; OP. 69 No. 1 and 2; OP. 80 No. 1 — 3; B. 56).
Three écossaise, OP. 72 No. 3 — 5).
Barcarolle, lullaby, Op. 60; OP. 57).

CD 7

Large Polonaise brillante with Andante spianato OP. 22), the version for one piano.
Prelude No. 1 — 24 (OP. 28).

CD 8

Etudes No. 1 — 24 (OP. 10; OP. 25).

CD 9

Sonata No. 2 (OP. 35).
Scherzo No. 2 OP. 31).
Waltzes No. 7 and 15 (OP. 64 No. 2; p.44).
Nocturnes No. 19 and 20 (OP. 72, No. 21; B. 49).
Mazurka No. 13 — 15, 21 and 27 (OP. 17 No. 4, OP. 24 No. 1 and 2; OP. 30 No. 4, OP. 41 No. 1).

CD 10

Compositions for piano and orchestra
Fantasy a-dur (op. 13).
Variations on “La CI Dar La Mano” (Op. 2).
Rondo-Krakowiak OP. 14).
Large Polonaise brillante with Andante spianato OP. 22).

(Author unknown.)
“Dąbrowski’s Mazurka” (Polish national anthem).

CD 11

Four impromptus (OP. 29; OP. 36; OP. 51; OP. 66).
Scherzo No. 3 (Op. 39).
Preludes No. 25 and 26 (OP. B. 45 and 86).
Polonaise No. 4 (OP. 40 No. 2).
Nocturnes No. 9 and 10 (OP. 32 No. 1 and 2).
Mazurka No. 36 — 38 (OP. 59 No. 1 — 3).

CD 12

Polonaises No. 3, 5 and 6 (OP. 40 No. 1; OPP. 44, 53).
Waltz No. 3 (OP. 34 No. 2).
Nocturnes No. 13 and 17 (OP. 48 No. 1; Op. 62 No. 1).
Mazurka No. 12, 19, 49 — 51 (OP. 17 No. 3, OP. 30 No. 2, OP. 68 No. 2 — 4).

CD 13

Scherzo No. 1 and 4 (OPP. 20 and 54).
Polonaise No. 2 (OP. 26 No. 2).
Nocturnes No. 4 — 6, 15 and 18 (OP. 15 No. 1 — 3; OP. 55 No. 1; Op. 62 No. 2).
Mazurka No. 5, 13, 44 — 47 (OP. 7 No. 1; Op. 17 No. 4, OP. 67 No. 1 — 4).

CD 14

Chamber and instrumental ensembles
Cello Sonata (Op. 65).
Introduction and Polonaise in C major (Op. 3).
Concert Duo on themes from Meyerbeer (B. 70).
Piano trio (Op. 8).

CD 15

Variations on “La CI Dar La Mano” (Op. 2) version for one piano.
Concert Allegro OP. 46).
Rondo C-moll and es-dur (OP. 1; OP. 16).
Polonaise No. 8 (OP. 71 No. 1).
Nocturne No. 7 OP. 27 No. 1).
Bolero, Tarantella, lullaby (op. 19; OP. 43; OP. 57).

CD 16

Sonata No. 1 (OP. 4).
Etudes No. 25 — 27 (B. 130).
Mazurka № 1 — 10, 26 — 29, 43, 52, 53 and 56 (OP. 6 No. 1 — 5; OP. 7 No. 1 — 4; OP. 17 No. 1; OP. 41 No. 1 — 4; p. 134; p. 16 No. 1 and 2; B. 73).
Contredanse, “Cantabile” (B. 17, B. 84).

CD 17

Complete collection of songs (op. 74 No. 1 — 17; B. 51; B. 132).

CD 18

Rondo for two pianos (OP. 73).
Variations in four hands (B. 12A).
Rondo in the style of a Mazurka (Op. 5).
Brilliant variations, OP. 12).
[Options] on a theme of Paganini (B. 37).
Polonaise No. 16 (B. 36).
Waltz in es-dur (B. 46).
Mazurka No. 55 — 58 (B. 71; D. 73; D. 82; D. 85).
A funeral March (OP. 72 No. 2).
Moderato, Allegretto, Largo (B. 151; WN 36; B. 109A).
“Spring”, arranged for piano (B. 117).
Fugue (B. 144).
Variation from “Hexameron (B. 113).

CD 19

Rondo for two pianos (OP. 73), the version for one piano.
Variations on the theme of German folk song “der Schweizerbub” (B. 14).
Polonaises No. 1, 10, 14 and 15 (OP. 26 No. 1; OP. 71 No. 3; B. 6; B. 13).
Nocturne No. 6 (OP. 15 No. 3).
Mazurka № 20, 33, 34, 39 — 42 48 and (OP. 30 No. 3, OP. 56 Nos. 1 and 2; OP. 63 No. 1 — 3; D. 140; OP. 68 No. 1).
Gallop Marquis (SN 59).

CD 20

Polonaises No. 9, 11 — 13 (OP. 71 No. 2; B. 1; B. 3; B. 5).
Waltzes No. 1 — 16 (OP. 18; OP. 34 No. 1 — 3; OP. 42; OP. 64 No. 1 — 3; OP. 69 No. 1 and 2; OP. 80 No. 1 — 3; P. 56; P. 44; B. 21).
Waltz es-dur and a-moll (B. 133; B. 150).

CD 21

Nocturnes № 1 — 3, 5, 7, 9 — 12, 15, 16, 19 — 21 (OP. 9 No. 1 — 3; OP. 15 No. 2; Op. 27 No. 1; Op. 32 No. 1 and 2; OP. 37 No. 1 and 2; OP. 55 No. 1 and 2; OP. 72 No. 1; P. 49; P.108).

CD 1
Raul Koczalski, piano (Chopin’s Pleyel 1847).

CD 2
Fou Ts’ong, piano (Érard, 1849).

CD 3
Colleen Lee Ka-ling (piano, Pleyel, 1848).

CD 4
Nelson Goerner, piano (Pleyel, 1848).

CD 5
Đặng Thái Sơn / Dang Thai Son, piano (Érard, 1849).
Orkiestra XVIII Wieku (Orchestra of the 18th Century).
Conductor Frans Brüggen.

CD 6
Shebanova Tatiana / Tatiana Shebanova, piano (Érard, 1849).

CD 7
Wojciech Świtała (piano: Pleyel, 1848; Érard, 1849).

CD 8
Shebanova Tatiana / Tatiana Shebanova, piano (Érard, 1849).

CD 9
Janusz Olejniczak, piano (Érard, 1849).

CD 10
Nelson Goerner, piano (Érard, 1849).
Orkiestra XVIII Wieku (Orchestra of the 18th Century).
Conductor Frans Brüggen.

CD 11
Kevin Kenner, piano (Pleyel, 1848).

CD 12
Janusz Olejniczak (piano Érard, 1849; Pleyel, 1848).

CD 13
Dina Yoffe / Dina Yoffe, piano (Pleyel, 1848).

CD 14
Jakub Jakowicz (violin),
Andrzej Bauer (cello),
Jan Krzysztof Broja, piano (Érard, 1849).

CD 15
Nikolai Demidenko / Nikolai Demidenko, piano (Pleyel, 1848).

CD 16
Ewa Pobłocka (piano, Pleyel, 1848).

CD 17
Aleksandra Kurzak (soprano),
Mariusz Kwiecień (baritone).
Nelson Goerner, piano (Pleyel, 1848).

CD 18
Shebanova Tatiana / Tatiana Shebanova, piano (Érard, 1849).
Jarosław Drzewiecki (piano II, Pleyel, 1848).
Stanisław Drzewiecki (I party).

CD 19
Shebanova Tatiana / Tatiana Shebanova, piano (Érard, 1849).

CD 20
Marek Drewnowski (piano: Pleyel, 1848; Érard, 1849)

CD 21
Đặng Thái Sơn / Dang Thai Son, piano (Érard, 1849).

The new recordings of Chopin’s works on period instruments allow contemporary listeners to discover the historical models, bringing us closer to the original and to the long-forgotten sound of the Romantic era.

The Fryderyk Chopin Institute is the first to record the complete works of Chopin on period instruments, using the latest technology. A rich commentary in English is included.

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