CLASSICAL OPUS no.41

Fryderyk Chopin: “3rd sonata op.58, B minor”

フリードリヒ・ショパン:「第3ソナタop.58、マイナーB」

 

TIME COMMITMENT: 9 minutes

This chameleonic riddle is renowned as a tour de force of labyrinthine dimensions.  A conglomerate of moods, alternatively sober and luminous, cogitative and lambent, alert and diffident, it never settles, unlike many other compositions written by this pianist.  Regrettably, we don’t have moving pictures here, but, hey, it’s Arthur Rubinstein’s recording.

 

MUSIC

 

INFO

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piano_Sonata_No._3_(Chopin)

 

A REFLECTION

When I die, I will see the lining of the world

The other side, beyond bird, mountain, sunset

The True meaning, ready to be decoded

What never added up will add up

What was incomprehensible, will be comprehended.

 

Czesław Miłosz: “Meaning”

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