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Chopin at Genoni"s

Edward Murch

Chopin at Genoni"s

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Published by (New Broom) in Leicester .
Written in English


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StatementEdward Murch.
SeriesPhoenix broadsheet -- 249
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Pagination1p. :
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Open LibraryOL21838961M


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Chopin was known to be a frail man, and his health started to dramatically decline in – at the age of Over the years, he became increasingly debilitated and less active as a composer, performer and teacher. His heart was originally preserved because Chopin had a fear of being buried alive.

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