Description: Frederic Chopin's Grande Valse Brillante in E-flat major, Op. 18 shimmers with the gaiety of elegant society. It is a succession of dance themes. Each of the dance themes (there are seven in all) brings a different melodic character and dance motion.

Description: Frédéric Chopin’s Waltz in B minor, Op. 69, No. 2 is largely melancholic and changes to B major and again reverts to the original theme. It is not technically demanding and is one of Chopin's better known pieces.

Description: Frédéric Chopin’s Waltz in B minor, Op. 69, No. 2 is largely melancholic and changes to B major and again reverts to the original theme. It is not technically demanding and is one of Chopin's better known pieces.

Description: Frederic Chopin composed his Waltz in E minor, Op. Posth c. 1830. The piece is characterized by youthful playfulness in the relaxed and delightful settings of the aristocratic salon.

Description: Frederic Chopin composed his Waltz in E minor, Op. Posth c. 1830. The piece is characterized by youthful playfulness in the relaxed and delightful settings of the aristocratic salon.

Description: Frederic Chopin composed his Waltz in E minor, Op. Posth c. 1830. The piece is characterized by youthful playfulness in the relaxed and delightful settings of the aristocratic salon.

Description: Frederic Chopin composed his Waltz in E minor, Op. Posth c. 1830. The piece is characterized by youthful playfulness in the relaxed and delightful settings of the aristocratic salon.

Description: Frederic Chopin's Waltz in C-sharp minor, Op. 64, No. 2 is a masterpiece in its category - a gem of poetry, expressed in a concise, essential way. This Waltz takes the form of a dance with trio. The unforgettable opening theme is imbued with harmoniousness, sweetness and melancholy. The lyrical tone of the piece is marked by a unique kind of intimacy.

Description: Frederic Chopin's Waltz in C-sharp minor, Op. 64, No. 2 is a masterpiece in its category - a gem of poetry, expressed in a concise, essential way. This Waltz takes the form of a dance with trio. The unforgettable opening theme is imbued with harmoniousness, sweetness and melancholy. The lyrical tone of the piece is marked by a unique kind of intimacy.

Description: Frederic Chopin's Waltz in D-flat major, Op. 64, No. 1 hearkens back to the style brillant. The dazzling, but insubstantial expression acquired new characteristics. Firstly, a succinctness of utterance, secondly, the somewhat melancholy tenderness with which the waltz’s trio is expressed. But the coda of the Waltz, through its terseness, breaks with brillant practice and acts as a point of culmination.