Frédéric Chopin’s Fantaisie-Impromptu in C♯ minor Op. posth. 66 is a solo piano composition. It was composed in 1834 and published posthumously in 1855 even though Chopin had instructed that none of his unpublished manuscripts be published. The Fantaisie-Impromptu is one of Chopin’s most frequently performed and popular compositions.
Performed with 2 different pianos: 1st is a Fazioli, which generates a full-body tone and it’s timbre gives that cinematic feel. 2nd is a Hohner, which generates a sweeter sound with it’s semi detuned effect, giving you that vintage and classical sound.
Both pianos recordings “feel” as if you are sited next to the player, in a huge renaissance cathedral.
Zip Includes both mp3 and wav formats, as presented in preview:
▲ 1st. (4:57) – Fazioli Performance.
▲ 2nd. (4:57) – Hohner Performance.