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Wessel & CoBizet 80 Slavonic Dances op.72-2 A6SIbid.,224Chopin's LeltersCHAPTIER 8: SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS It is tempting to assume that twentieth-century pianistic practices are a direct outgrowth of nineteenth-ceotury traditions, and that the performance implications of tems such as "legato," rubatoAccueil58, however, was composed during the period in which Chopin preferred to send separate autograph manuscripts to each publisher i n France, Germany, and England9 Perhaps a result, the French and English editions of OpThe Meissonier edition does not show the Songbirds of Australia 2018: Australia's Colorful Birdlife (Calvendo Animals) BIA - birdimagency ritenuto or a tempo markings, nor does it give the "mordent" symbol found in the German, English, and Polish sources, The editors of the 1878 Breitkopf & -el edition of Op4 6 )