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The Little Menestrel: CHOPIN told children

Le Petit Ménestrel

Original title: Le Petit Ménestrel : CHOPIN raconté aux enfants

Find the life of Frédéric CHOPIN and his biggest music pages, with a text by Delphine SEYRIG and Francis HUSTER.


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Frederic Chopin was born in Poland in 1810. Child prodigy of the piano, he moved to Paris at 20 years old.
Surrounded by friends (Heine, Liszt, Berlioz ...) and adulated by Parisian society, he leads a worldly life and continues his work as a composer.
His encounter with Georges Sand is an intense creative activity. He died in Paris at 39 years old.
Like Liszt and Schumann, he appears in the 19th century as the true creator of the romantic piano.