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Poet and Psychologist

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John Keats (1795-1821)

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Ode to a Nightingale (1819)

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Ode to a Nightingale (1819)

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The Mona Lisa

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John Ogdon on the Fourth Ballade

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"The fourth ballade remains a narrative but has an inimitable feeling of intimacy and Slavonic colouring, and demands of the interpreter a delicate rubato and a virtuoso technique. It culminates in a coda of bone-crushing technical severity."

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But First

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Prelude in E major

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Chopin Etudes (Studies)

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Chopin Etudes (Studies)

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Etudes in Fm and F

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Back to the Ballades!

The fourth ballade is considered the greatest of the four and generally the epitome of all romantic music, which can be compared to the 'Mona Lisa' in painting.

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The Ballades

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