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Rondo in C minor, Op.1

The rondo showed up in the Chopin oeuvre as an independent work on five events, in his energetic years in Warsaw and therefore in his initial Parisian period (1833). This melodic structure conveys the creation number 1: the Rondo in C minor, by the fifteen-year-old Fryderyk, composed and distributed in 1825. So the rondos created by Chopin are from one viewpoint declaration to the youthful author familiarizing himself with one of the fundamental traditional structures (the rondo of the Viennese Classics: Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven and their imitators), yet then again an approach to making in the astonishing and afterward popular style brillant, which for the youthful piano player Fryderyk involved extensive significance. In his later years, be that as it may, the full grown writer of the scherzos, anthems and études shunned the class of the detached rondo. The rondos which he had formed before assumed no incredibly critical part in his oeuvre and are by and large alluded to as energetic or virtuosic pieces exhibiting the ‘traditional’ part of his compositional preparation.

While getting to know the fundamentals of the traditional rondo (emphases of an abstain isolated by a progression of couplets), the youthful Chopin likewise noticed highlights of the style brillant in rondos by such writers as Hummel and Weber. This gave him the model for forming the pianistic shine of his own works. His absolute first effort,the Rondo in C minor, Op. 1(1825), albeit simply a humble piece by a maturing arranger, is now set apart by a smooth brightness. But in this early work it is hard to observe any attributes of Chopin’s future style, and the melodic innovativeness is somewhat restricted.

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