Romantic period composer Frederic (Fryderyk) Francois Chopin was born in 1810 in Poland and died in 1849 in France, where he spent much of his adult life. Accomplished in many areas of music, he is most known as virtuoso pianist and composer for that instrument.
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Chopin - The Poet of The Piano
Biography, images, music, analyses, quotes, work list, quizzes, forum, noted interpreters.
Chopin Early Editions
Collection of over 400 first and early printed editions of musical compositions in the University of Chicago Library. Catalogued and scanned.
The life and works of Chopin: biographies, quotes, study guides, sheet music, recordings, discussion forum
The Chopin Project
Live-concert-and-symposium series at the University of Michigan's School of Music with recordings of selected Chopin's works
Biography, list of various piano works, and analyses of various compositions
Chopin Society of Houston
The non-profit organization established to promote his music in south Texas. Includes biography, artists, photos, links, and membership information.
Directory of free classical MP3s on the internet that have been made available by the performing artists.
Classical Music Archives
Over 470 complete works offered in MIDI, MP3, and Windows Media audio formats, including live recordings of featured artists. Two biographies, including that from the Concise Oxford Dictionary of Music. Timelines, search engine.
The Frederic Chopin Society
Non-profit organization established in 1984, dedicated to presenting classical concert series in the twin cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota. Schedule, ticket information, and membership information.
Fryderyk Chopin Institute
Information about the composers life and music, institutions, people, events, bibliography (over 5000 records), catalogues of manuscripts and films.
Frédéric Chopin (1810 - 1849)
Provides biography, photograph and listing of recordings.
Kunst der Fuge: Fryderyk Chopin
Collection of MIDI (sequences and real performances), MP3 and Streaming Audio files from featured artists.
Biography and links from mfiles with a variety of sheet music examples to be played or downloaded.
Motivic-Structural Unity in Chopin's Nocturne
An analysis of the Nocturne in G minor, opus 37.
Naxos: Fryderyk Chopin
Brief biography and caricature with summaries of orchestral, chamber, and piano music with Naxos discography.
NNDB: Tracking the World
Biography of his personal and musical life.
Polamjournal: Frederic Chopin
Polish American Journal includes a biography, selected links and MIDI files available for download.
The REC Music Foundation
Songs with words, with English translations available.
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