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Thread: What is your favorite Chopin work?

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    Adore the Berceuse (Op. 57) in Db-major (one of my favourite keys).

    Also especially fond of the Impromptus (Opp. 29, 36, 51, and 66).

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    My favorite is the 3rd Piano sonata.

    I also like the preludes and the piano concertos.

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    I simply adore the Fantaisie Impromptu (op. 66) with Ballade No. 1 next.

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    All of his music is my favorite but if I had to choose only one : Mazurka Op.7 No.3 in F minor (Maybe bacause it's the first of chopin's pieces that I played when I was a child ...)

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    The nocturnes and piano concertos

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    The Nocturnes, but only as played by Weissenberg, followed by the Preludes, as played by several people.
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    Ballades, followed closely by Polonaises. Then Nocturnes, Preludes, Mazurkas and Waltzes.

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    4th Ballade. Easy.

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    ^ Couldn't agree more.

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    Preludes, then Nocturnes (especially Op. 27).

    Probably about time for me to give the Ballades another spin.

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    double post, sorry

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    Fantaisie Impromptu

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    This could change for me but a solid steady are his Etudes opus 10 and 25 +3.

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    I like everything! How could I choose a favorite?
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    Well if I had to choose it would be Mazurka in D op.33 no. 2 or Polonaise in A major op. 40 no. 1 military.
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