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Waltz No.7 in C# minor Chopin Help Opus Details
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This Waltz in C# minor is often described as Chopin's most poetic, full of veiled melancholy anf lyric sorrow. The Db major interlude in the middle is warmer and a little more cheerful, though hardly boisterous, and then the sadness returns. Its memorable features include the sparkling right hand refrain that returns repeatedly, and a particularly moving second melody. The overall musical effect is more satisfying than most of his other waltzes. It was composed between 1846-7 and first published in 1847
Category: Waltz Solo Featuring Piano Romantic Period
Time Signature 3 /4 Key Signature   C# Minor Play MP3 using player below.

1    Waltz No 7 in C# minor

2    This Db major interlude forms a calmer contrast to the opening.
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