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Twelve Etudes No.3 in E, Op.10-3

5 min.

composed by Chopin

This piece is one of etudes for piano composed by Frederic Chopin. It is reputed that Chopin has felt that Op.10-3 was the most beautiful melody he had ever composed. The structure of the music is ternary form (ABA). The melody in A is famous and so beautiful. As opposed to A-part, B-part is raging. In this arrangement, all the original notes were precisely reproduced as far as possible. As a result, four instrument parts were necessary.

Score & part notes