Considered one of the great masters of Romantic music, this Polish composer was also a virtuoso pianist. In Europe from the middle 1600s to the 1930's, the main form of entertainment, especially after a dinner with friends, was the chamber music concert, played by the guests. Many times there would be professionals at these gatherings, but the performances were usually by the amateurs. To provide music for this large group of musical enthusiasts, music publishers arranged piano works, quartets and even operas to be performed by flutists, violinists and cellists with piano accompaniment.
An assortment of some of Chopin's most popular waltzes, arranged for Flute and Piano. Selections include: Grande Valse brillante (op. 18), Valse brillante (op. 34, No. 1), Valse brillante (op. 34, No. 2), Valse brillante (op. 34, No. 3), Valse (op. 42), Valse (op. 64, No. 1), Valse (op. 64, No. 2).