The Waltzes Op. 69 of Frederic Chopin: An Analytical Survey of Their Historical Background and Modern Performing Practice.
Date of Award
Master of Music (MMUS)
Dr. James Johnson
Performers of all ages are drawn to the poetic essence of the Chopin waltzes and are challenged by their technical and stylistic demands. Of the nineteen waltzes, this treatise will address the two waltzes from the Op. 69. Along with the historical background, editions, analysis, and performing practice will be discussed. Two different recordings, those of Vladimir Ashkenazy and Artur Rubinstein, will be compared in this study.
Gill, Matthew J., "The Waltzes Op. 69 of Frederic Chopin: An Analytical Survey of Their Historical Background and Modern Performing Practice." (1999). Student Work. 2938.
A Treatise Presented to the Department of Music and the Faculty of the Graduate College University of Nebraska In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree Master of Music in Piano Performance University of Nebraska at Omaha. Copyright 1999 Matthew J. Gill.