Description:
Form: Ballade
Instrument: Piano
Period: Romantic
Performer: Donald Betts
Title: The term "ballade" was associated with French poetry until the mid-19th century, when Chopin was among the first to pioneer it as a musical form. Structurally, his ballades follow a form that is similar to the sonata, but with some variations, mainly regarding the position of the themes during the recapitulation. Ballade no. 3 in Ab major was written in 1841 and dedicated to Pauline de Noailles. It shares some similarities with the Raindrop Prelude, as both of them were said to be inspired by a disastrous trip to Majorca with George Sand.

Chopin - Ballade No. 3 In A Flat Major, Op. 47

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