|Needed before 2017-12-31|
|So far donated|
A big thank you to Project Petrucci who has helped us already meet our 2017 goal!
Chopin's Impromptus have something of a reputation as "salon music," largely because the form itself seems to imply something improvised, transient, or insignificant. But when you play them like the greatest music in the world it's hard not to believe that the music actually is the greatest in the world, or in any event so fine as to make no difference.