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Frederic Chopin was born on February 22 1810 in Zelazowa Wola a village six miles from Warsaw Poland His father Nicholas Chopin was born in Marianville eastern France in 1771 He died in 1844 He was mainly a tutor in English math etc the instrument he played was the flute and the violin His mother Justyna was born in 1782 in Poland and died in 1861 She was a farming girl well educated and a homemaker during their marriage She played the piano His father and mother got married in June of 1806 Frederic had three sisters and no brothers His sisters names were Louise Isabella and Emilia Frederic was in love with music at a young age He started getting piano lessons when he was six His teacher was Czech and his name was Wojceich Zywny He based his teaching on Bach Mozart and Beethoven While he was six when he held his first public performance in 1817 By age seven his first composition was written by his father the Pollonaise in B Flat major At age eight he played at a public charity concert At age fifteen his first work was published it was a rondo At seven-teen he graduated from Lyceum after he was recognized as the leading pianist of Warsaw and a very talented composer At nineteen he held two very successful concerts in Vienna the unquestionable center of music for that day Frederic traveled to Austria Poland and Russia in the mist of the apparent begging of the war Later he returned to Warsaw to get his final belongings to get ready for a more permanent move While he was there gathering his things his friends gave him a silver goblet filled with polish soil He kept always as he never was able to return to his beloved Poland His family foreboded him to come home fearful for his safety Some of Frederics works are Solo
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