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The Chopins moved into the Saxon Palace. Fryderyk came into contact with music at a very early age.
In the subject literature, it is frequently mentioned that his mother played the piano and sang, and his father is known to have played the flute and the violin. His elder sister Ludwika also showed musical talent from a young age and learned to play the piano.
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Complete Preludes and Etudes. The Piano Concertos in Full Score. By age 6, young Chopin was ably playing the piano and composing tunes.
Recognizing his talent, his family engaged professional musician Wojciech Zywny for lessons, and soon pupil surpassed teacher in both technique and imagination. By , Chopin was performing in elegant salons and writing his own compositions, including the Polonaise in G Minor. By , he had composed several piano pieces in different styles, and his parents enrolled him in the Warsaw Conservatory of Music, where he studied for three years under Polish composer Josef Elsner. However, sensing he needed a broader musical experience, Chopin's parents eventually sent him to Vienna, where he made his performance debut in Audiences were enthralled with his highly technical yet poetically expressive performances.
Over the next few years, Chopin performed in Poland, Germany, Austria and Paris, where he settled in There he quickly established relationships with other young composers, among them Franz Liszt , Vincenzo Bellini and Felix Mendelssohn. While in Paris, Chopin found his delicate style didn't always enthrall the larger concert audiences, who had been exposed to the works of Franz Schubert and Ludwig van Beethoven. A fortuitous introduction to the Rothschild family opened new doors, however, and Chopin soon found employment in the great parlors of Paris as both recitalist and teacher.
His increased income allowed him to live well and compose such pieces as Nocturnes of Opp. Though Chopin had had youthful love affairs and was at one time engaged, none of his relationships lasted more than a year.