Scherzo No. 2 in B-flat minor, Opus 31
Chopin's second scherzo dates from 1837. This is the most popular of the four, full of blazing spirits and wonderful writing for the piano-Schumann called this piece "Byronic" . The very beginning is especially effective, with its ominous, whispered opening motif and the powerful chordal answer. By contrast, the middle section is calm and lyric, broken at two points by effortless, cascading runs across the entire keyboard. In this center section appears the brief rhythmic figure, based on a triplet, that Chopin will use to drive the opening material to its dramatic climax. This scherzo is unusual in that Chopin does not return to the opening key but instead concludes in its relative major, D-flat major.
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