Description: Most popular of the 13 pieces from Kinderscenen (Scenes from Childhood) by German composer Robert Schumann. It is a depiction of childhood innocence, vulnerability and gentleness. The theme itself is sweetly innocent and sentimental, The melody is unforgettable, the harmonies simple, but distinctive, and the overall mood dreamy and soothing. Of the many themes associated with children the

Description: Sad Melody - Slow Instrumental Background Music. Melancholy, dreaming and minimalistic piano musical piece. Suitable for film, video, TV, advertising, web, events and other projects.

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: 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: 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: The Sonata No. 3 in b minor, Op. 58 was composed in 1844 and published in 1845. It retains the dramatic structuring inherited from the Classics. Here, as in Mozart and Beethoven, the composition – rendered coherent by means of differences, contrast and end-weighting – comprises four movements. Outwardly, the fourth movement, Finale, has the appearance of a rondo, but it proceeds in a balladic meter, and has the tone and spirit of a ballade. First, one is jolted from the contemplation of distant horizons, Thereafter, in a constant presto tempo and with the expression of emotional perturbation, this frenzied, electrifying music, runs to the end. Not even for a moment is this precipitous momentum reined in by the music of the episodes. And the main theme of the finale, its refrain, running ballade-like with the curtain raised, is transformed and grows in power.

Description: The Sonata No. 3 in b minor, Op. 58 was composed in 1844 and published in 1845. It retains the dramatic structuring inherited from the Classics. Here, as in Mozart and Beethoven, the composition – rendered coherent by means of differences, contrast and end-weighting – comprises four movements. Outwardly, the fourth movement, Finale, has the appearance of a rondo, but it proceeds in a balladic meter, and has the tone and spirit of a ballade. First, one is jolted from the contemplation of distant horizons, Thereafter, in a constant presto tempo and with the expression of emotional perturbation, this frenzied, electrifying music, runs to the end. Not even for a moment is this precipitous momentum reined in by the music of the episodes. And the main theme of the finale, its refrain, running ballade-like with the curtain raised, is transformed and grows in power.