Discussion in 'Pianists' started by pianolady, Sep 8, 2008.
You already have most of the title. The piece is Chopin's - Fantasie in F minor, Op. 49
:evil: Now, back off!!! :twisted:
PS - they're not songs unless they're sung. :wink:
I think Nathan was just warning you to back off his woman. :wink:
And Wikipedia is dumb sometimes...
Ahhh, Teresa ... you know me so well!
*gasp* What???!!!!! Wiki taught me ;"everything', about: punctuation.,. It's never -- wrong! And it especially never exaggerates. 8)
Which reminds me, I keep meaning to write incredibly flattering bios on wiki for all us ps members. Oh well, something to pass the long winter months!
Mendelssohn would beg to differ
Greetings to you! Are you familiar with Chopin's songs for voice? They are incredible and as unique as the Preludes or Mazurkas.
He specified "without words" for a reason. :wink:
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