One of my favorite Chopin Mazurkas. Take two of about seven, after fourteen failed takes of Scarlatti Sonata K.127. :cry: You'll hear that soon, though; fourteen focused efforts are always a step in the right direction as long as you're focused on the right things, and I think I am. 8) This was on my to do list anyway, so no problem, I hope you enjoy it. The Four Mazurkas Op.67 are posthumous works published after Chopin's death by his pupil and friend Jules Fontana, a fascinating historical figure in his own right. You can read about him here... [url=http://www.julianfontana.com/...ww.julianfontana.com/biography/biography.html [/url One of the most popular of Chopin's Mazurkas, this piece is reproduced in three versions in the Paderewski Edition of Chopin's works; Fontana's edition, Chopin's autograph, dated Paris/1848 and the "version after the manuscript" published by E. Ganche. I originally learned this mazurka from the Fontana edition but tonight (this morning?) I refreshed and aided my memory from Chopin's autograph, which gave me a fresh perspective on a piece I've played more than a few times. Comments are welcome and wanted!