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Allegro de Concert op. 46

for pianoforte in A Major, Op. 46 (Br. 72, KK. 673-678)
composed in 1832 sketched, 1841/5 completed, published in 1841

        dedicated to Mademoiselle F. Muller, de Vienne

originally conceived as a concerto for pianoforte and orchestra

"You haven't get reported to me whether you have finished or not your third concerto or if you would have the first concerto in F minor published. I think that people will certainly like it." - Nicholas Chopin in a letter from Warsaw to Chopin in Paris, 11 Apr 1835

"Chopin himself highly valued this work, since when he played it in manuscript for A. Hofman and asked him for his opinion and it naturally was most favorable. he answered in these words: Well this is precisely the first work I will perform in my first concert in Warsaw after my return to Poland." - Marceli Antoni Szulc, Fryderyk Chopin i jego utwory muzyczne, Poznan 1873

Ballade no. 3 op. 47

for pianoforte in A Flat Major, Op. 47 (Br. 136, KK. 679-687)
composed in 1840 (sketch) 1841/summer (finished), published in 1841

        dedicated to Mademoiselle Pauline de Noailles

"Tomorrow you shall receive the nocturne and by the end of the week the ballade. I am unable to polish it sufficiently." - From a letter by Chopin to Fontana in Paris, Nohant 18 Oct 1841

Nocturne op. 48, 1

for pianoforte in C minor, Op. 48, 1 (Br. 142, KK. 688-701)
composed in 1841/10, published in 1841

Nocturne op. 48, 2

for pianoforte in F sharp minor, Op. 48, 2 (Br. 142, KK. 688-701)
composed in 1841/10, published in 1841

"When Gutmann studied this nocturne with Chopin, the master told him that the middle section should be played as a recitative: A tyrant commands (the first two chords), he said, and the other asks for mercy." - F. Niecks, Chopin as a man and musician, London 1902

        two nocturnes dedicated to Laura Duperré

Fantasia op. 49

for pianoforte in F minor, Op. 49 (Br. 137, KK. 702-707)
composed in 1841/early (sketch) 1841/5 (finished), published in 1841

        dedicated to Madame la Princesse Catherine de Sonzzo

"Today I completed the fantaisie, and the sky is beautiful, and my heart is sad, but that doesn't matter. if it were otherwise, my existence wouldn't be of use to anyone." - From Chopin's letter to Fontana in Paris, Nohant 20 Oct 1841

Mazurka op. 50, 1

for pianoforte in G Major, Op. 50, 1 (Br. 145, KK. 708-722)
composed in 1841/autumn-1842/summer, published in 1842

Mazurka op. 50, 2

for pianoforte in A Flat Major, Op. 50, 2 (Br. 145, KK. 708-722)
composed in 1841/autumn-1842/summer, published in 1842

Mazurka op. 50, 3

for pianoforte in C sharp minor, Op. 50, 3 (Br. 145, KK. 708-722)
composed in 1841/autumn-1842/summer, published in 1842

        three mazurkas dedicated to Monsieur Léon Szmitkowski

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