The Mazurka No 41 Op 63 No 3 in C-Sharp Minor, the last one of the opus 63, written by Frédéric Chopin in 1846 and published in 1847, delights us with its kujawiak-derived songfulness. The idea that complements the opening theme brings to the dance a degree of animation and more distinctive gestures. It is with a hushed (sotto voce) and deep voice, meanwhile, that the motif of the seemingly forgotten mazur is invoked.
Mazurka No 41: Other Performances
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