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Revolutionary Étude. Frédéric Chopin ( - ). Opus 10 Nr. 12 f f legatissimo. Allegro con fuoco (= ). 3 con fuoco f cresc. 6 p. 9 f ten. fz p. Free Piano Sheet Music – Chopin Revolutionary Etude Op. 10 No. 12 Here is a free score of Chopin's Revolutionary Etude with good fingerings. Enjoy!. Arrangers: › Chopin, Frédéric Original (3) Etude - Opus 10 - Twelve Grand Etudes - c minor. No. Etude en Do mineur, Revolutionary (7 sheet music).
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Converted to black and white tif files, de-skewed, re-sampled to 600dpi, and set uniform margins. Orchestral music. Concertos: Piano concerto No. Liszt Op.
Another input was represented by the 10 concerts given by N. Paganini in Warsaw in 1829, which the young Chopin had occasion to listen. This achievement is well synthesized in a sentence by L.
These compositions, which still today represent a summa of piano virtuosity, presented novelties which were surely revolutionary for that time: very large positions for the hand, new ways of attacking the keyboard, together with novel harmonic combinations, large harmonic progressions, instrumental figurations used as themes cantabile character of figuration.
For their very original character, these features were often not understood by his contemporaries and attracted to him some criticism. Perhaps the most known is the one by Berlin editor and composer L. Rellstab who wrote about the Op. Also F.
Mirecki criticized the monotony! Also R. Cortot and Preludes by H. Apart from some obvious ones, referring to the technical aspect of a particular piece thirds, sixths, octaves , the above names appear sometime to be very specific and in general completely arbitrary, especially in our times, in which there is a growing attention for the original Urtext version of compositions. In this respect it is interesting to read the review by C. Chaulieu, in Le Pianiste n. The melody is beautiful, but difficult to render.
I recommend the chromatic scale in diminished sevenths which is new and of good taste; I cannot say the same for the following passage [the one marked con bravura] which has not a pleasing effect…. Let us start with some very general considerations about our Western tonal system : this is based on twelve notes equally spaced equal temperament , namely a symmetric discretization of the natural interval octave corresponding to doubling of a given frequency, whereas tones with doubled frequency are perceived as the same.
Consequently, tonal music deals with operations with 12 objects modulo 12 cyclic group [9,10]. In the specific case of Op.
The crystal appears beautifully clear and perfect Fig. These chords are symmetric ones, each made of four notes, equally spaced see Fig.
In our tonal system there are three such chords, exhausting the twelve notes. Diminished seventh chords with their inversions. Note that the three cords cover all 12 notes. This is realized at bars 61-62 see Fig. Finally, the original tonality of E major is reached and the theme reappears: the system has cooled down and the crystal has re-formed in the melting pot.
Note that this note is the same one which triggered the symmetry breaking at bar 62. Coming back to the image of the crystal which has undergone melting and re-cristallization , we see that this is not anymore the same as the original, perfect, structure.
Now some defects - red spots - appear in the blue gem Fig. In the specific case, we have restoration and breakdown of tonal phase transition with the appearance of harmonic defects. Actually, what we are proposing here is to associate to music a dynamical process physical methapor , rather than a specific image.
Indeed, in the same way as the Kibble-Zurek mechanism describes defect formation in a large number of physical systems from cosmology to condensed matter , here the key point is the dynamics associated with the evolution of symmetry patterns, whereas the crystal melting and reforming with defects is a useful by no means unique visual tool. We would like to stress that the real dynamical process should be thought to occur at level of perception i.
As a final step in our reasoning, we can ask why the mathematical structure associated to physical processes should have something to do with our emotions viewed as a part of brain dynamics. This would also explain why some music can be appreciated from a large number of people, independently of their cultural background.
But it would be an error to think that Chopin permitted every one of the small notes to be distinctly heard. It was rather an undulation of the A flat major chord, here and there thrown aloft anew by the pedal. Throughout all the harmonies one always heard in great tones a wondrous melody, while once only, in the middle of the piece, besides that chief song, a tenor voice became prominent in the midst of chords.
After the Etude a feeling came over one as of having seen in a dream a beatific picture which when half awake one would gladly recall. This is visible in Fig. Coherent states - unperturbed dynamics regime see text.
The meaning of Eq. Subsequently, however, a series of modulations produces a perturbed dynamics due to gradients in the harmony potential and the coherent states deform squeezing : this is clearly visible in Fig.
Coherent states - perturbed dynamics squeezing see text. The idea of the bass line acting as a sort of potential is supported by the analysis of the passage at bars 26-29 Fig. This movement is accompanied by a progressive change in the harmony, which only at bar 28 provides sufficient energy to move away from the attractor E.
Towards the end, the dynamics relaxes again and, like in a dream, the whole image tends to vanish. It is very interesting what happens in the final bars 94-99 see Fig. This process can be associated to decoherence and evaporation of the coherent states. Coherent states — Decoherence and evaporation.
Here, however, the arpeggios are not closed, contributing to the dramatic character of the piece in a minor key, marked Agitato : these coherent states are the non- compact counterpart of those discussed above for the Etude op. Prelude op. In the second case, the emerging dynamics is that of coherent states, undergoing time evolution and finally decoherence.
We believe that this analysis could offer a new viewpoint on these compositions which hopefully can be of interest for musicians.
The dynamics we consider is generated by the harmonic relationships forces among different chords in the tonal system an analysis of such relations is given in Refs.