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Frederic Chopin Waltz in A minor, B. 150, KK IVb/11, P. 2/11, often designated as No. 19, is a waltz for solo piano composed by Frédéric Chopin. The waltz was written sometime between 1843 and 1848, but was not published until 1860, after the composer's death.
Chopin’s waltzes were not his most intimate works, or his heavily emotional works. For the most part, his waltzes were written to please the public, to play at salons and to give enjoyment to his intellectual friends.
The mood of this piece alternates between sadness and hope, and is really quite beautiful.
Chopin did not write any program music and his waltzes are just what they are: waltzes, pieces in 3/4 (derived from dance music). His preludes for instance all have a title but they were not given by Chopin himself. So, repeat after me: a waltz is a waltz is a waltz. 1,2,3, 1,2,3, 1,2,3
Ofcourse each piece does evoke a certain mood and a range of emotions in the listener and that’s what counts 🙂