With his two cycles of Etudes op.10 and op.25, published in 1833 and 1837, Chopin realized something totally unexpected, since nobody before him had managed to compose technical exercises with such musical qualities. Chopin's Studies are extraordinarily tense pieces of music for the concert hall. The most virtuoso of them, such as the "Revolutionary Study" op. 10, no. 12, are in the repertoire of any pianist. Our Urtext edition includes, in addition to the two cycles op.10 and 25, three studies without opus number that Chopin composed for a Parisian piano method published in 1840. These are wonderful lyrical miniatures that have nothing to envy to twenty-four major studies.
(Note from the Ecuador) This title is also available in the very beautiful bound edition full canvas. To the musicological quality of Henle's editions, add the prestige of a high-quality book that will sustainably enrich your library!