Chopin Grande Polonaise Brillante accompaniment, orchestral.

The Grande Polonaise Brillante in E-flat, set for piano and orchestra, was written when Chopin was about 20 years old, about the same time as he wrote his two concerto’s. Four years later, in 1834, Chopin wrote the Andante spianato in G, for piano solo, which he added to the start of the piece. The combined piece, Andante spianato et grande polonasise brillante is often performed by the solo piano, and is one of Chopin’s most popular compositions. The full power of the Grande Polonaise Brillante will be appreciated in the original orchestral version. The orchestral performance presented here was created by Steffen Fahl. Please visit his website http://klassik-resampled.de/ for a version with piano.

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