Some commentators consider that the two parts — the introductory Andante spianato and the actual Polonaise — do not suit one another, as they are too different. Yet that very diametrical contrast is what seems to link the two parts together. The Andante spianato has the character of a nocturne , and at the same time of a lullaby. It forges an oneiric mood, from which the listener is only released by the fanfares of the horns announcing the Polonaise.
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Add to Wish List. Concerto for piano in Em; Grande Polonaise in Ef. The main theme returns and the piece concludes with a brilliant coda, parts of which, once again, look back to the First Concerto, this time to its magical last-movement coda.
Add to MP3 Cart. Yet that very diametrical contrast is what seems to link the two parts together. The formal shape of the Polonaise is not easy to define, as it results from the chopih of two principles: As befits a composition in the brillant style, the work is rounded off with a dazzling, refulgent coda.
Complete Works for Piano and Orchestra. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. As for the texture, two versions of the work came into being: Related Posts
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