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Chopin/Sarasate: Nocturne in E-flat major Op. 9 No. 2

Frederic Chopin’s compelling lyricism made the French-Polish arranger one of the most cherished and persuasive specialists of the Romantic Age. The fantastic, immortal tune of the Nocturne Op. 9 No. 2 in E-level Major is among his generally well known.

Violin player Bomsori and musician Rafał Blechacz are famous artists of their instruments. In their enchanting and informal execution of the record by nineteenth Century violin virtuoso Pablo de Sarasate, each three step dance like stanza shines with uplifted contrast and progressively elaborate ornamentation.

The Nocturne’s state of mind moves the audience back on schedule with music that actually moves the heart.

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