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Nocturne No. 21 in C Minor


Uploaded on Oct 12, 2012

The Nocturne in C minor, Op. posth. is a musical work for solo piano written by Frédéric Chopin. It was published posthumously but was actually one of the first nocturnes Chopin wrote, along with the Nocturne in C-sharp minor.

piano Classical no no. chopin op. opus op c minor Nocturne Posthumous Szopen 21

Pages 3
Duration 02:33
Measures 45
Key signature 3 flats
Parts 1
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umm how do you enter a 12 tuplet because i can't do 2 digits 9 is the most i can do...
C Minor is one of my favorite key signatures and after hearing this piece, I'm in awe.
C minor is also one of my favorite keys. I love this song!
Thank you very much for posting. I have bought the complete sets of Nocturnes by Schirmer & Dover, but neither had this nocturne. Again, thanks.
Bar 5 LH - the low C should be an octave higher. It is only that low in bars 1 and 9
Bar 12 LH - in the Paderewski edition this bar has the first two G3s as F-sharps which is in contrast to bar 4
Bar 22 RH - the second F should be a G
Bar 26 RH - is missing a slur
Bars 29-30 RH - is missing slur
Bar 38 RH - the A natural should be A sharp like bar 42
Just wanted to let you know that I just noticed that the bass notes in measure 36 are incorrect...at least according the printed edition I have. Again, really appreciate all the great pieces you contribute.
Your correction is highly appreciated! This will be corrected when I have time to convert the file into a 2.0 version.
Bar 5 LH - the low C should be an octave higher. It is only that low in bars 1 and 9 Bar 12 LH - in the Paderewski edition this bar has the first two G3s as F-sharps which is in contrast to bar 4 Bar 22 RH - the second F should be a G Bar 26 RH - is missing a slur Bars 29-30 RH - is missing slur Bar 38 RH - the A natural should be A sharp like bar 42

See the versions of the piece I've uploaded - I got a bit intensive and did three version and a comparison of them.
it's amazing i mean what is chopin's mind made of ? is he even a human ?! who can build this many awsome thinks even if we want to play them we should be genius and practice and practice really what are they...
Great work, i was to do the Nocturne Op.62 No.2, but if you want you do, you're very good in this.
Thank you, but I have some other projects to do such as another Chopin Nocturne so I will not have time for this.
Again a fine work! I just followed you. Are you keeping the Pno. on purpose?
Thank you very much! For your question: I don't keep the Pno. on purpose.
You can click on it to select it, and press Del on your keyboard (or Fn + Backspace on a mac). Removing the Pno. will make some more room on the left and space the music on the width.
Thank you for your advice! I've begun to do it now.