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Waltz-Polonaise op.4


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Listening to this piece I was often struck by how different the accompaniment is from the characteristic waltz or polonaise rhythm.  There's definitely parts of it that sound like a waltz or a polonaise (the end) but the very beginning for example sounds more like a mysterious nocturne and some other parts like a mazurka.  I'm assuming you're Polish (from the way you spell your name) and with the channeling of Polish dance forms I think you could have called this a "Polish Fantasie-Polonaise" or something.  Although that's a technicality as far as the music is concerned which is great btw.  Your piano writing and playing is quite multi-dimensional.  Congrats on performing your composition yourself!  Although I don't know why your video is mirror-reversed LoL.  Thanks for sharing!

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