Impromptu No. 1 (Chopin)
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In popular culture
In George du Maurier's novel Trilby, the title character, a singer who can perform only under the influence of hypnosis, performs the Impromptu in A-flat major as a wordless vocalise to end her concerts.
- Hear the performance and find more information on the Impromptu No. 1 at The Chopin Project
- Impromptu, Op. 29: Scores at the International Music Score Library Project
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