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Kaala jadoo. Super long rant: I see a lot of people disagree that Chopin did not have great compositional skills. But, there are things that you have forgotten: 1)Certain pieces were never meant to be heard by us (aka all of the works with a posthumous number. Only Opus numbers were made to be published by Chopin. Posthumous works including the omnipresent Fantasie Impromptu and the late waltzes) The Fantasise impromptu was not copied from Beethoven. Arthur Rubinstein acquired a manuscript of the Fantaisie-Impromptu in Chopin's own hand, dated 1835, stating on the title page in French Composed for the Baroness d'Este by Frédéric Chopin. The facts of its authenticity having been guaranteed by the French authorities and that it shows a delicate care for detail and many improvements in harmony and style in comparison to the previously published version. It was just Oster's opinion that it was similar. 2)By having a simple melody in a nocturne, for example, does not mean it is lesser than writing in counterpoint. They are two types of music from two different periods. 3)If you do want complex writing and harmony and think Chopin lacked it. A prime example is Ballade no.4 4)Is it not unfair to compare a 5-minute work against a symphony or concerto lasting around an hour at least? 5)If one were to use the ' shitty' symphony composer good for nothing except piano argument. We could turn it around: No one previously in PIANO history had the technique of Chopin except contemporaries as Liszt and Alkan. Neither could they compose for piano as well as him. Other composers thought of it as a miniature orchestra, Chopin thought of it as a unique instrument. He revolutionised and challenged the whole German piano technique system, out of that came, for example, the Russian technique which is much different. He thought of individualised fingers, each with a different voice. The biology behind. Instead of making each finger sound the same. 6)Schumann basically became a Chopin fanboy. 7)Twenty-seven years after Chopins death to Carolyne Sayn-Wittgenstein Liszt commented, “no one compares to him: he shines lonely, peerless in the firmament of art.” 8)Hiller, a pupil of Hummels, a great admirer of the music of Bach: ‘I could say that Chopin loved me, but in truth, it was I who was in love with him. 9)Mendelssohn to his sister Fanny Hensel: …] At a lightning tempo he played to the bemused Leipzigers his new études and his new concerto [Allegro de concert Op. 46. ‘It was a pleasure for me to rub shoulders once again with a real musician, not with such half-virtuosos, half-classicists who would bring together in music the dignity of virtue and the rapture of sin. 10)One of the fathers of Romanticism 11)Why do counterpoint and complex harmony immediately mean great? The difficulty of interpretation of a Chopin piece rivals any other composer. 12)At that time, instruments enabled more dynamic and philosophy of sound. Bach was not in an era where instruments could have PPP or FFF or agitato or any more intimate dynamical expressions, this combined with a thoughtful approach made repeated notes sound beautiful with nuances. 13)Though many could argue that Mozart, Bach and Beethoven would have the same brilliant technique as Chopin. It would be useless without pieces of that difficulty with the same expressiveness (Liszt had compositions which sacrificed that for virtuosity. There are certainly many works by the composers aforementioned with difficult pieces. But, Chopin manages to compose expressively with the brilliant technique consistently and there are almost no works by him which ABRSM's grading system would not put at a grade 8 diploma or higher. Horowitz who was famous for his technique on piano and had nothing he could not play brilliantly refused to perform one piece. That is right, Chopin op 10 no.1. It was the ' most difficult piece' as quoted from the pianist. 14)A piece of music that is well thought out from Chopin can be as short as 58 seconds. In those 58 seconds, he can seemingly express the sorrow and experience of a lifetime (referring to the short preludes and the one in Op.25. 15)The perfectness of classical era composers should be admired, but the fact that Chopin had the genius was brave enough to drive the music into a wilder territory by challenging the orthodox in terms of his Sonata and Fantasia is just as admirable. 16)The nocturne's of Field surely was the inspiration, but Chopin infused the nocturne with more dynamic texture as well as a unique melody that is immediately recognisable. It would be easy to analyse his Op.9 no.2 for example in terms of harmony. That did not stop it from being just as famous and appreciated as the other composer's pieces. 17)Chopin taught Beethoven, Mozart and Bach to his many students. Many of the composition on piano by these legends would have been much less popular if not for Chopin, Liszt and Mendelssohn who actively played or taught it. 18)Chopin had a short and very sick life, which meant less time and resource for music. 19)Wagner said ' a composer for the right hand' well Godowsky argued that Chopin was suitable for the left hand alone. 20)The unique sense of melody in Chopin was unprecedented. Fight me! Just kidding, don't roast me too hard. There is no right or wrong in music. The music itself has no meaning. It is ridiculous to argue. I feel what we need are appreciation and education. This debate would be endless otherwise. To me, Chopin's magic lies in the hands of both the composer as much as the performer. Compared to other greats: Beethoven has the most unwavering passion. Bach has the most perfect divinity. Mozart has the most heavenly innocence. But, Chopin has the most heartwrenching sorrow. Each and everyone is a hero to me.
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