Notes on Chopin by André Gide

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Notes on Chopin

'“Each of [the Preludes] . . . creates a particular atmosphere, establishes an emotional setting, fades out as a bird alights. All is still.” —André Gide, Notes on Chopin “Chopin proposes, supposes, insinuates, seduces, persuades; he almost never asserts.” —André Gide, Notes on Chopin “Any good performance should be an explanation of the work.” —André Gide, Notes on Chopin'
'“Each of [the Preludes] . . . creates a particular atmosphere, establishes an emotional setting, fades out as a bird alights. All is still.” —André Gide, Notes on Chopin “Chopin proposes, supposes, insinuates, seduces, persuades; he almost never asserts.” —André Gide, Notes on Chopin “Any good performance should be an explanation of the work.” —André Gide, Notes on Chopin'
Publisher: Philosophical Library/Open Road Translated By: Bernard Frechtman ISBN: 9781453244654 Pages: 128