Wikidata-logo.svg Fridericus Chopin
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Fridericus Chopin: subscriptio
Nativitas: 22 Februarii 1810, 1 Martii 1810; Żelazowa Wola
Obitus: 17 Octobris 1849; Lutetia
Patria: Francia, Imperium Russicum
Nomen nativum: Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin

Officium

Munus: musicographus, Clavilista, music pedagogue, virtuoso, Musicus

Familia

Genitores: Nicolas Chopin; Tekla Justyna Chopin
Coniunx: no value

Memoria

Sepultura: Frédéric Chopin's tomb, Coemeterium Père Lachaise

Fridericus Franciscus Chopin (Polonice Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin, Francice Frédéric François Chopin, natus Żelazowa Wola in vico die 1 Martii 1810; Lutetiae obiit die 17 Octobris 1849) fuit compositor Polonicus et clavilista egregius aevi romantici, qui opera plerumque pro? clavili composuit. Ab anno 1831 exsul in Francia vixit. Universe notus est unus e praestantibus sui aevi musicis, cuius "ingenium poeticum, in technica ratione professionali conditum, singulare sua aetate erat."[1][2]

De vitaRecensere

 
Domus natalis Żelazowa Wola in vico.
 
Chopin aetate sua 28, ex Imagine Friderici Chopin et Georgii Sand, ab Eugenio Delacroix picta, 1838.
 
Chopin moribundus. Pictura a Theophilo Kwiatkowski facta et a Ioanna Stirling mandata, 1849. A laeva: Alexander Jełowicki, Ludovica Jędrzejewicz (compositoris soror), Principissa Marcelina Czartoryska, Wojciech Grzymała, et Kwiatkowski ipse.
 
Monumentum funereum in columna intra Ecclesiam Crucis Sanctae Varsoviae eius cor comprehendit.

Chopin natus est Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin in Ducatu Varsoviensi, accurate Żelazowa Wola in vico Varsoviano, qui ducatus. anno 1815 pars Poloniae Congressionalis factus est. Puer mirabilis educationem mox confecit, et sua prima opera Varsoviae composuit antequam a Polonia discessit anno aetatis suae vicensimo, minus quam unus mensis ante rebellionem Novembrem.

Anno suae aetatis vicensimo uno, Lutetiae habitare coepit, ubi compositor et doctor clavilis se sustinebat, postquam, ultimis suae vitae annis undevicensimis, solum tricies in publico perfuctus est, quia familiaritatem salon malebat. Amicus factus est Francisci Liszt, ac multi alii musici criticique suae temporis eum admirabantur, Roberto Schumann non excluso.

Post pactionem nuptialem cum Maria Wodzińska annis 1836 et 1837 defectam, in affinitatem saepe turbulentam Amantinae Dupin (Georgii Sand melius notae) scripticis Francicae pervenit. Iter breve et infelix in Maioricam cum Sand annis 1838 et 1839 unum ex eius fertilissimis compositionis temporibus erat. Eius ultimis annis salarium ab Ioanna Stirling admiratore accepit, sub cuius aegide Scotiam anno 1848 visit. Plurimum suae vitae Chopin morbosus erat. Lutetiae anno 1849 mortuus est, anno tricensimo nono suae aetatis, pericardite ut videtur, tuberculose aggravato.

NotaeRecensere

  1. Anglice "poetic genius was based on a professional technique that was without equal in his generation."
  2. Rosen 1995: 284.

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Nexus externiRecensere

  Lexici biographici:  Treccani • Большая российская энциклопедия • Encyclopædia Britannica
  Vicimedia Communia plura habent quae ad Fridericum Chopin spectant (Frederic Chopin, Frédéric Chopin).