Learn to play Frédéric Chopin’s Prelude No. 4 on the piano
Score of Prelude 4 by Chopin
Prelude 4 is one of the 24 preludes composed by Frédéric Chopin.
Inspired by the well-tempered keyboard preludes of Johann Sebastian Bach, each of these preludes is offered in a different key.
This work has been taken up many times in the repertoire of popular music, notably by Serge Gainsbourg and Antonio Carlos Jobim.
The setting of this prelude is based on numerous chords played by the left hand and a great expressiveness of the melody.
Consequently this piece is offered at the elementary level, level 3 in our catalog.
The printable score with fingerings and the animated score for both hands with fingerings in html on your browser. Viewable on PC/Mac, cell phone or tablet
Standard formula content and video with animated keyboard, fingering, adjustable speed and mp3 playback accompaniment for orchestral-style playing