The three Waltzes, Op. 70, were composed by Frédéric Chopin from 1829 to 1842 (sic) and were posthumously published in 1855, six years after the composer’s death. Each of the three waltzes lasts less than three minutes to perform in typical performances.
There is much to suggest that Chopin’s favourite instrument after the piano was the cello. He liked its deep, soft, noble singing sound. At times, while listening to his piano works, one has the impression that in certain sections that instrument’s voice can be heard. One such work is the Waltz in D flat major […]