Chopin's Berceuse, Op. 57, by Nataliya Medvedovskaya, Pianist
28 Mar 2015
Chopin's Berceuse, Op. 57, played by pianist Nataliya Medvedovskaya (aka Natasha Meadow). Chopin composed the Berceuse ("Lullaby" in French) between 1843-1844 when he was enamored with a little baby being taken care of by his lover, George Sand. The simple ostinato bass in the left hand is repeated against 14 shifting variations in the right hand with delicate ornamentations of sparkling beauty until a return to the simple beginning and to sleep. Pianist and composer Nataliya Medvedovskaya plays the piece with a gentle, delicate touch and innocent, sweet tone that become a wonderful way to go off to sleep for a baby or any adult. Coming from neighboring countries of Poland and Russia, Chopin (born in Zelazowa Wola near Warsaw, Poland), and Medvedovskaya (graduate of the famous St. Petersburg Conservatory in St. Petersburg, Russia) seem to be magically in tune with each other in this lovely performance.
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