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  • noun Plural form of ballade.

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Examples

  • Apart from two piano concertos (both 1830) and four other works for piano and orchestra, virtually all his compositions are for solo piano; they include some 60 mazurkas, 27 études, 26 preludes, 21 nocturnes, some 20 waltzes, 16 polonaises, 4 ballades, 4 scherzos, and 3 sonatas.

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  • These ballades were longer pieces that Chopin wrote, in the, like, the eight to 12-minute range, and the structure of the piece, don't ask me to try to explain it because I have no idea what's going on.

    Chopin With A Polish Touch

  • These ballades were longer pieces that Chopin wrote, in the, like, the eight to 12-minute range, and the structure of the piece, don't ask me to try to explain it because I have no idea what's going on.

    Chopin With A Polish Touch

  • This is from 1987, and this is one of Chopin's ballades.

    Chopin With A Polish Touch

  • This is from 1987, and this is one of Chopin's ballades.

    Chopin With A Polish Touch

  • This is from 1987, and this is one of Chopin's ballades.

    Chopin With A Polish Touch

  • These ballades were longer pieces that Chopin wrote, in the, like, the eight to 12-minute range, and the structure of the piece, don't ask me to try to explain it because I have no idea what's going on.

    Chopin With A Polish Touch

  • Three hundred sixty-five pieces of poetry, free verse and limericks and naughty quatrains, even some ballades, but never a sonnet -

    a poem every day

  • It's a ballade, a dramatic piece, like some of the bigger Chopin or Liszt ballades.

    Opera Fusion

  • Those ballades are usually three-part character pieces, with two dramatic "A" sections flanking a gentler more lyrical "B" section, or vice versa.

    Norwegian Mood

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