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Maiden’s Prayer (French: La prière d’une vierge)

is a composition of Polish composer Tekla Bądarzewska-Baranowska (1834–1861), which was published in 1856 in Warsaw, and then as a supplement to the Revue et gazette musicale de Paris in 1859. The piece is a medium difficulty short piano piece for intermediate pianists. Some have liked it for its charming and romantic melody; others have described it as “sentimental salon tosh.” The pianist and academic Arthur Loesser described it as “this dowdy product of ineptitude.”

 

Maiden’s Prayer (La prière d’une vierge)

Piano: Mitsuru NAGAI
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Moments Musicaux Op.94-3 – Schubert

Date: 1823
Composer: Franz Schubert
Period: Romantic (1820-1869)

The Moments musicaux were composed during 1827 and 1828, the third and the sixth pieces, which were written during 1823 and 1824, excepted.  Each is composed in a sectional form, and many are dances of some kind. No. 1 in C major is a minuet in the absolute abstract, meaning that, just as with a Chopin waltz, the music transcends all human footwork. The trio section rolls forward on wheels of seamless triplets.

 

Moments Musicaux Op.94-3 – Schubert

Piano: Mitsuru NAGAI
ピアノ:長井 充

 

Neopolitan Dance – Swan Lake

 

Neopolitan Dance – Swan Lake


 

Mazurka in A
from Coppelia

 

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