Complete Works

On these pages you’ll find listed in chronological order the history, background notes, and other notes, quotes, views, and reviews on each and every one of Frederyk Chopin’s 129 solo keyboard works. These were all made in conjunction with the Spring 2007 presentation of the University of Michigan’s Chopin Project, with subsequent recordings being prepared for release on Block M records.

See the Participants page for more information on the players, writers, and thinkers in the program, and go here to download the handsome program booklet.

Here, you can find also find Chopin’s music arranged for you three ways:

1) As they were organized and presented in nine diferrent recitals at the University of Michigan. Click here to see the programs for all nine shows.

2) Or, you may prefer to look by Genre: Ballades, Etudes, Nocturnes, Mazurkas, Sonatas, etc. The complete listing is here.

3) Or by any individual piece. Click here to Go There…or just use the “Search” tab on the upper right of the page…

Coming soon: Audio, Video, and downloads!

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    I have been listening to Chopin for about the last 45 years and decided recently to upload to YouTube the “Dziela Wszystkie” series of his works (about 25 LPs) that was produced by Polskie Nagrania in 1959-1960. Artists include such Polish luminaries as Boleslaw Woytowicz, Władysław Kędra, Jan Ekier, Lidia Grychtołówna, Halina Czerny Stefanska, Henryk Sztompka and the great pedagogue Zbigniew Drzewiecki. I am sharing this information because I regard the contributions by these and other Polish artists of the early 20th century to be of great importance; additionally, I understand that these recordings cannot be found anywhere else on the internet. There are several playlists that can be reviewed; I am providing a sampling below, with links. kind regards

    You can hear Boleslaw Woytowicz play the complete Etudes here:

    Henryk Sztompka, the complete Mazurkas, here:

    Zbigniew Drzewiecki, a handful of nocturnes, here:

    And Władysław Szpilman, Tadeusz Wroński, and Aleksander Ciechanski performing most of the chamber music of Chopin here:

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