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Nocturnes and Polonaises [Format Kindle]

Frédéric Chopin , Ignacy Jan Paderewski , Ludwik Bronarksi , Jozef Turczynski

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The 20 nocturnes reproduced here include Opp. 9, 15, 27, 32, 37, 48, 55, 62, 72, and the posthumous Nocturne in C-sharp Minor. The 11 polonaises include Opp. 26, 40, 44, 53, 61,71, and the posthumous Polonaise in G-sharp Minor. Reprinted from an authoritative early edition. Mikuli Edition.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 224 pages
  • Editeur : Dover Publications (1 novembre 2012)
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  • Langue : Anglais
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Decent, but not the Paderewski 31 mai 2006
Par Musical Reviewer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Don't buy this edition if you are under the impression that it is The Paderewski Edition published by Dover. This is now the new Carl Mikuli edition published by G. Schirmer (perhaps the worst edition in the world) reprinted by Dover. Dover used to publish this from The Paderewski Edition; however, for some reason, it's gone out of print. If you can get your hands on an old copy of this from The Paderewski Edition, I would highly advise buying it! It's much better, and more true to Chopin's intentions. Even if you can't find an old Dover copy, The Paderewski edition is still published privately. Don't buy this edition, it's truly a waste of your money.
17 internautes sur 20 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Chopin Nocturnes and Polonaises, Dover edition 1 août 2000
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I have to say that the Dover edition is my favorite for most any piano music, regardless of composer. The copy I have of this book is quite beat up, mostly because it has been used for many years but the pages and cover are still in considerably good shape. Besides containing some of the most beautiful piano music of the romantic period, the markings and notation are easy to read and understand, making the composer's intentions for the music perfectly clear to the pianist. I highly recommend this book, along with any other piano music editions by Dover Publishers.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 not quite complete 25 janvier 2002
Par pigpig - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Notes are printed clearly. Binding is durable. Pages won't come out easily. This is not a complete edition of Nocturnes and Polonaises. This book has only 11 Polonaises and does not include 5 more Polonaises. Despite being criticized spurious by some music scholars, the omitted Polonaises are great for playing. It does not include the other postumous C minor Nocturne. If you want a book that is different from G.Shirmer's edition, this book will NOT do.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Not the correct edition 25 février 2012
Par Bunbury - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is NOT the Paderewski edition even though they are listed as the editors. The book is fine, though it is missing several piano pieces expected from the Paderewski edition. It is an incomplete version of nocturnes and polonaises.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Not the Paderewski edition (which is an excellent edition) 5 mars 2015
Par Ian Barton Stewart - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
No, this is not the Paderewski edition as stated in the Amazon description. Look inside and you will see that it is edited by a different editor. Confusingly, however the cover is almost identical with the previous Dover edition of the Nocturnes which WAS edited by Paderewski. The only difference in covers is that the actual Paderewski edition states on the cover "The Paderewski edition" below the title. That is the edition I have, and I am only writing this review because Amazon sent me a daily deal note about their current edition.

In general, I would buy the Paderewski edition in preference to this edition. But because I have recorded several of the nocturnes (they're on Amazon and iTunes), I also own and sometimes choose to play from the Henle edition, which includes the wonderful posthumously published C#minor nocturne omitted in the real Paderewski edition. I have written a separate review of the Henle edition, and would say that you should if possible buy both the real Paderewski and the Henle. Henle is a little more legible, but Paderewski is quite good. Henle makes some strange editorial choices in several nocturnes, and it annoys me when they do not give variants. It is well known that Chopin hated the labour of writing down the notes, and several sources have come down to us. In general, I find the Paderewski edition more reliable than the Henle (I give an example in my review of the Henle edition), but my Paderewski edition published by Dover does not include the C#minor nocturne, which is a great pity. So, if you can afford both buy both. If not, I would probably buy the real Paderewski edition and separately purchase the C#Minor nocturne. The omission of the crotchet triad (D#, F#, A) in the third last bar of the op 72 Eminor nocturne is a bad choice by Henle. Rubenstein and several other fine pianists include this triad, and it would have been much better for Henle to at least show the variant in small notes above the main text. The omission, and the fact that other editions such as the Paderewski include this triad, is not even mentioned in the Henle notes. To me, despite being a big fan in general of Henle for their reliability and legibility, this omission and the failure to explain it is a serious flaw, and reason to purchase the Paderewski edition as a first choice. Finally, I repeat: this is not the Paderewski edition, which is separately published.
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