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Polonaise op. 71, 1 (posth.)

for pianoforte in D minor, Op. 71, 1 (Br. 11, KK. 1034-1054)
composed in 1827-28, published in 1855

        dedicated to Michał Skarbek

Polonaise op. 71, 2 (posth.)

for pianoforte in B Flat Major, Op. 71, 2 (Br. 24, KK. 1034-1054)
composed in 1828, published in 1855

no tempo or expression marks in the manuscript

Polonaise op. 71, 3 (posth.)

for pianoforte in F minor, Op. 71, 3 (Br. 30, KK. 1034-1054)
composed in 1828, published in 1855

"I couldn't get out of sending them [The Duke and Duchess Antonin] my F minor polonaise, which entranced the Duchess Eliza, so I entreat you to send it to me by the very next post, as I don't wish to be seen as impolite, and I don't want to write it from memory, dear thing, because I might write it differently to how it actually looks. You can image the Duchess's character, when I had to play her this polonaise every day, and she liked nothing better than the trio in A flat major. Let me remind you once again, the polonaise in F minor, send it to me, dear friend, by the earliest post" - From a letter sent by Chopin to Tytus Woyciechowski in Portuzyn, Warsaw 14 Nov 1829

Nocturne op. 72, 1 (posth.)

for pianoforte in E minor, Op. 72, 1 (Br. 19, KK. 1055-1058)
composed in 1827, published in 1855

        dedicated to R. de Konneritz

Funeral March op. 72, 2 (posth.)

for pianoforte in C minor, Op. 72, 2 (Br. 20, KK. 1059-1068)
composed in 1827, published in 1855

The work exists in 2 versions:
1st version published by Schlesinger 1855/5.
2nd version published in Oxford Edition of Chopin's Works III, ed. E. Ganche, London 1932

"The funeral march was written in 1826 for Staszic's funeral; whether it was actually played at the funeral I do not know" - From remarks by Oskar Kolberg on a work about Chopin by M. Karasowski

Ecossaise op. 72, 3, 1 (posth.)

for pianoforte in D Major, Op. 72, 3, 1 (Br. 12, KK. 1069-1085)
composed in 1829, published in 1855

Ecossaise op. 72, 3, 2 (posth.)

for pianoforte in G Major, Op. 72, 3, 2 (Br. 12, KK. 1069-1085)
composed in 1829, published in 1855

Ecossaise op. 72, 3, 3 (posth.)

for pianoforte in D Flat Major, Op. 72, 3, 3 (Br. 12, KK. 1069-1085)
composed in 1829, published in 1855

"If I don't send you my clavicymbal drivel, don't be surprised, because it's me" - From a letter sent by Chopin to Jan Bialoblocki in Sokolów, Warsaw 15-22 Sep 1830

"I'd like to send you a few of my frivolous things, but I don't know if I'll have time to write them out today" - From a letter sent by Chopin to Tytus Woyciechowski in Potuzyn, Warsaw 22 Sep 1830

        three ecossaises dedicated to Emily Elsner

Rondo op. 73 (posth.)

for pianoforte & pianoforte in C Major, Op. 73 (Br. 27, KK. 1086-1091)
composed in 1828/8, published in 1855

this is the final version of Br. 26 composed in the summer of 1828

Song op. 74, 1 'The wish' ('Were I the sun in the sky')
['Zyczenie' ('Gdy bym byla sloneczkiem na') ]

for voice & pianoforte in A Major, Op. 74, 1 (Br. 33, KK. 1092-1100)
composed in 1829, published in 1859

(1) Liszt used the song as no. 2 of 'Glanes de Woronince' (publ. Kistner, Leipzig 1849), calling it 'Melodie Polonaise'
(2) Text by Stefan Witwicki

Song op. 74, 2 'Spring' ('The dew glistens, the stream gushes through the fields')
['Wiosna'('Blyscza krople rosy mruczy zdroj po bloni') ]

for voice & pianoforte in G minor, Op. 74, 2 (Br. 116, KK. 1101-1112)
composed in 1838, published in 1859

text by Stefan Witwicki

Song op. 74, 3 'The sad stream' ('A stream flowing from foreign parts')
['Smutna Rzeka' ('Rzeko z cudzoziemcow strony') ]

for voice & pianoforte in F sharp minor, Op. 74, 3 (Br. 63, KK. 1113-1114)
composed in 1831, published in 1859

text by Stefan Wiwicki

Song op. 74, 4 'Merrymaking' ('Serving Maid, take care')
['Hulanka' ('Szynkareczko') ]

for voice & pianoforte in E Flat Major, Op. 74, 4 (Br. 50, KK. 1115-1119)
composed in 1830, published in 1859

text by Stefan Witwicki

Song op. 74, 5 'There where she loves' ('A stream loves the vale')
['Gdzie lubi' ('Strumyk lubi w dolinie') ]

for voice & pianoforte in A Major, Op. 74, 5 (Br. 32, KK. 1120-1123a)
composed in 1829, published in 1859

text by Stefan Witwicki

Song op. 74, 6 'Out of my sight!' ('Out of my sight')
['Precz z moich oczu!'('Precz z moich oczu! posluchani odrazu!') ]

for voice & pianoforte in F minor, Op. 74, 6 (Br. 48, KK. 1124-1129)
composed in 1830/spring, published in 1859

text by Adam Mickiewicz.

Song op. 74, 7 'The envoy' ('The early sun broke forth')
['Posel'('Blyslo ranne ziolko') ]

for voice & pianoforte in F Major, Op. 74, 7 (Br. 50, KK. 1130-1136)
composed in 1830, published in 1859

text by Stefan Witwicki

Song op. 74, 8 'Handsome Lad' ('Strong, tall and young')
['Sliczny chlopiec'('Wzniosly, smukly i mlody') ]

for voice & pianoforte in D Major, Op. 74, 8 (Br. 143, KK. 1137-1142)
composed in 1841, published in 1859

text by Bohdan Zaleski

Song op. 74, 9 'Melody' ('From the mountains they bore the terrible crosses')
['Melodya' ('Z gor gdzie dzwigali strasznych krzyzow') ]

for voice & pianoforte in G Major, Op. 74, 9 (Br. 165, KK. 1143-1144a)
composed in 1847, published in 1859

text by Zygmunt Krasinski, early editions give "Author unknown"

Song op. 74, 10 'The Warrior' ('My bay horse neighs')
['Wojak' ('Rzy moj gniady') ]

for voice & pianoforte in A Flat Major, Op. 74, 10 (Br. 47, KK. 1145-1154)
composed in 1830/spring, published in 1859

text by Stefan Witwicki

Song op. 74, 11 'The Double End' ('They loved for a year...')
['Dwojaki koniec' ('Rok sie kochali...') ]

for voice & pianoforte in D minor, Op. 74, 11 (Br. 156, KK. 1155-1156a)
composed in 1845, published in 1859

text by Bohdan Zaleski

Song op. 74, 12 'My darling' ('My darling when you are happily singing')
[Moja 'pieszczotka' ('Moja pieszczotka gdy wesolej') ]

for voice & pianoforte in G Flat Major, Op. 74, 12 (Br. 112, KK. 1157-1161)
composed in 1837, published in 1859

text by Adam Mickiewicz

Song op. 74, 13 'I want what I have not' ('Mist before my eyes')
['Nie ma czego trzeba' ('Mgla mi do oczu') ]

for voice & pianoforte in A minor, Op. 74, 13 (Br. 156, KK. 1162-1164)
composed in 1845, published in 1859

text by Bohdan Zaleski

Song op. 74, 14 The ring ('I'm sad, nurse')
[Pierscien ('Smutno nianki, ci spiewaly') ]

for voice & pianoforte in E Flat Major, Op. 74, 14 (Br. 103, KK. 1165-1169)
composed in 1836/9/8, published in 1859

text by Stefan Witwicki

Song op. 74, 15 'The Bridgeroom' ('The wind rose...')
['Narzeczony' ('Wiatr zaszumial') ]

for voice & pianoforte in C minor, Op. 74, 15 (Br. 63, KK. 1170-1172)
composed in 1831, published in 1859

text by Stefan Witwicki

Song op. 74, 16 'Lithuanian Song' ('Very early in the morning')
['Piosnka Litewska' ('Bardzo raniuchno') ]

for voice & pianoforte in E Flat Major, Op. 74, 16 (Br. 63, KK. 1173-1178)
composed in 1830-31, published in 1859

text by Ludwika Osinskiego

Song op. 74, 17 Poland's Dirge 'Hymn from the Tomb' ('The leaves drift from the trees')
[Spiew grobowy ('Leci liscie z drzewa') ]

for voice & pianoforte in E flat minor, Op. 74, 17 (Br. 101, KK. 1179-1181)
composed in 1836, published in 1859

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