If Chopin revolutionized the genre of study, he ennobled that of the waltz. All his life, he returned to that genre, which he embraced in all its forms, pieces of bravery - the Great Brilliant Waltzes - with paintings imbued with the deepest melancholy. These works all have one thing in common: it is impossible and forbidden to dance to this music! Our volume contains the entirety of Chopin's Valses, published during his lifetime or posthumously, among which are true traits of genius, such as the waltz nicknamed the "Waltz of the Little Dog", op. 64, No. 1. When there are two authentic versions of the same waltz, we present of course a Urtext version of each of them.
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