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jamiebk wrote:Cat....what a totally cool idea! As someone who really enjoys classical music, but know little about the technical aspects of it (nomenclature for instance) this is wonderful. I hope you will continue this. Maybe B.com should pick this up as a feature.
Catmando wrote:Impromptu: (English, Spanish m. from the Latin in promptu, 'in readiness') an improvisation, an extempore performance
common in the 19th-century, an instrumental piece that is designed to give the impression of having been improvised on the spur of the moment, for example, a fantasia
a term used by some composers, notably Frédéric Chopin (1810-49), to express a piece of music of a lyrical nature
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