When I started learning this piece, I was amazed by how Chopin created this beautiful melody. Several words that come to mind when playing this piece are elegant, expressive, flowing, and gentle. My favorite part about this piece is the dynamics mixed with the pedal. 

In the beginning of learning this piece, my left hand wasn’t cooperating with the jumping movements in the waltz pattern. I fixed this by practicing slowly and getting it up to tempo. I also worked on just the motion for a little bit. If you are practicing this piece, I suggest you start with the motion first before you start learning the notes. 

I hope you enjoy my interpretation of this waltz.


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Lotchie Carmelo
Lotchie Carmelo(@lotchie-carmelo)
8 days ago

Hello, Yash. I enjoyed listening to it so much. Well played. I am looking forward to listening to your next performance. Well done. 

Julie Harris
Julie Harris(@julie-harris)
8 days ago

I enjoyed your interpretation of this Waltz very much, Yash. Your picture reminds me of the words you used in your intro – “elegant, expressive, flowing and gentle”. Several of those adjectives are so perfect for Chopin. He is not always gentle, but he’s always elegant! It’s clear that you really appreciate Chopin, from your excellent performance. I look forward to more wonderful presentations from you!

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Lola Mestas
Lola Mestas(@lola-mestas)
7 days ago

I’ve always adored this piece. Beautiful interpretation of it!

Annika Joshi
Annika Joshi(@annika-joshi)
6 days ago

I completely agree with your words on this piece. It has a gorgeous, gentle melody that you played beautifully!

Linda Rock
Linda Rock(@linda-rock)
6 days ago

As an ex-dancer, I have danced many a waltz, Yash, and I found myself imagining gliding over the dance floor, swirling and swaying to the music. It was magical! And yes, so elegant! I absolutely loved it!

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