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Chopin Recitals

The Theatre of the American Church in Paris, 65 Quai d’Orsay, Paris 75007
Wednesday, April 10, 2019 - 17:00 to 19:00

A group of AUP Faculty have arranged for two Chopin piano recitals to be held in the Theatre of the American Church on the Wednesdays of April 3 and April 10. The Senior Pastor has very kindly offered the group the use of a Steinway concert grand. The concerts focus on Chopin, but will be extended to include any composers in the Romantic Era, from Liszt and Schumann to Berlioz and Wagner. 

The program for each recital will be decided on April 3.

The Theatre of the American Church in Paris, 65 Quai d’Orsay, Paris 7ème.

Ten forms: pieces and extracts from pieces.

The year of composition, if known, is given before the year of publication.

  1. Piano concerto, op. 21, no 2 in A minor/ en la mineur. Larghetto. 1828/1836 (David Pike)
  2. Piano concerto, op. 11, no 1 in E minor/ en mi mineur. Romance Larghetto. 1829-30/1833, dedicated to Friedrich Kalkbrenner (David Pike)
  3. Variations on a theme of Rossini for Flute and Piano, in E major/ / en mi    majeur, B.9, 1824, dedicated to Józef Cichovski. "Non più mesta" (No longer sad) from the opera Cinderella (Isabella Bosco, flute)
  4. Nocturne, op. 9, no 1 in B flat minor/ en si bémol mineur, 1833, dedicated to Mme Camille Pleyel (Seve Loudon)
  5. Nocturne, op. 9, no 2 in E flat major/ en mi bémol majeur, 1833, dedicated to Mme Camille Pleyel (David Pike, piano)
  6. Nocturne, op. 15, no 2 in A-sharp/ en la dièse, 1833, dedicated to Ferdinand Hiller (David Pike)
  7. Nocturne, op. posth., no 2 in C-sharp minor/ en do dièse mineur (Lento con gran espressione / Reminiscence), dedicated to his sister (Seve Loudon)
  8. Scherzo op. 31, no 2 in B flat minor/ en si bémol mineur, 1836/1838, dedicated to Mlle la Comtesse Adèle de Fürstenstein (David Pike)
  9. Prelude, op. 28, no 4 in E minor/ en mi mineur, dedicated to Joseph Christoph Kessler and Mme Camille Pleyel (Oliver Henry)
  10. Prelude, op. 28, no 6 in B minor/ en si mineur, dedicated to Joseph Christoph Kessler and Mme Camille Pleyel (Seve Loudon)
  11. Prelude, op. 28, no 7 in A major/ en la majeur, dedicated to Joseph Christoph Kessler and Mme Camille Pleyel (Oliver Henry)
  12. Prelude (“the Raindrop”), op. 28, no 15 in D flat minor / en ré bémol mineur, dedicated to Joseph Christoph Kessler and Mme Camille Pleyel (Seve Loudon)
  13. Valse, op. 69, no 1 in A flat major/ en la bémol majeur, 1835/ posth. 1855, dedicated to Maria Wodzinska (David Pike)
  14. Valse, op. 70, no 1 in G flat major/ en sol bémol majeur, 1835/ posth. 1855 (David Pike)
  15. Valse brillante, op. 34, no 1 in A flat major/ en la bémol majeur, 1838, dedicated to Mlle de Thun-Hohenstein (David Pike)
  16. Valse, op. posth. KKIVb, no 11 in A minor/ en la mineur, 1843/1955, dedicated to Miss G. d’Juri (Alexandre Sauvagnat)
  17. Grande Valse, op. 42 in A flat major/ en la bémol majeur, 1840/1840 (David Pike)
  18. Valse, op. 64, no 1, in D flat major/ en ré bémol majeur, 1847, dedicated to Mme la comtesse Delphine Potocka (David Pike)
  19. Variations on a theme of Rossini for Flute and Piano, in E major/ en mi majeur, B.9, 1824, dedicated to Józef Cichovski. "Non più mesta" (No longer sad) from the opera Cinderella (Isabella Bosco, flute, piano accompaniment)
  20. Mazurka, op. 67, no 3 in C major/ en do majeur, posth. (David Pike)
  21. Mazurka, op. 33, no 1 in D major/ en ré majeur, 1838, dedicated to Mlle la comtesse Mostowska (David Pike)
  22. Balladé, op. 23 in G minor/ en sol mineur, dedicated to M. le baron de Stockhausen (Seve London)
  23. Étude, op. 25, no 1 in E flat major/ en mi bémol majeur, 1836/1837, dedicated to Mme la comtesse Marie d'Agoult (David Pike)
  24. Grande Polonaise brillante, op. 22 in E flat major/ en mi bémol majeur. Opening movement. 1830/1836, dedicated to Mme Frances Sarah d'Est (David Pike)

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