THE MAZURKAS DURING his lifetime Chopin published forty-one Mazurkas, in eleven cahiers of three, four, and five numbers. Opus 6, four Mazurkas, and opus 7, five Mazurkas, were published December, 1832; opus 17, four Mazurkas, May 4, 1834; opus 24, four Mazurkas, November, 1835; opus 30, four Mazurkas, December, 1837; opus 33, four Mazurkas, October, 1838; opus 41, four Mazurkas, December, 1840; opus 50, three Mazurkas, November, 1841; opus 56, three Mazurkas, August, 1844; opus 59, three Mazurkas, April, 1846 (no dedication); and opus 63, three Mazurkas, September, 1847. Besides these there are opus 67 and 68, published by Fontana after Chopin's death, consisting of eight Mazurkas, and there are miscellaneous numbers, two in A minor, both in the Kullak, Klindworth and Mikuli editions; one in F sharp major, said to have been written by Charles Mayer-in Klindworth- and four others in the keys of G, B flat, D, and C major, respectively. This makes fifty-five authentic specimens. NiecksAbout the Publisher
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