Name Professor’s Name Course Date Romantic-period Concert Report Frederic Chopin was a music composer of the Romantic period. He composed music sets in nocturnes ballades fantaisies and piano sonata. Some of his works include; the Nocturnes Op. 9 ballades Op. 38 and 47 and fantaisie Op. 49. The works were composed between 1932 and 1941 of the Romantic music era. Nocturne in B-flat minor Op. 9 No. 1 (1832) The nocturne has some freedom in rhythm. It marks larghetto and highlights a free right-hand melody that is rhythmic. The feature turned out be a characteristic of Chopin’s future style. The left hand is dominated by sequences of eight notes 35 “Funeral March” (1839) Grave – Doppio movimentoScherzo Marche funebre: Lento Finale The first subject begin with a brief introduction trailed by a tempestuous start and a moderately lyrical second subject in D-major. The second section reoccurs again in the B-flat major. The next theme is a skillful scherzo in E-minor with a smooth melodic tone in G-major. Then follows an opening and end of a funeral march in B-major with an interlude at D-major (Marche funebre: Lento). The conclusion is rapid constant octaves constant dynamics and tempo. However there are no chords until the last bars with an abrupt fortissimo B with a B-minor to finish the theme (Finale). [...]
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