Mi intención inicial con este Blog no era tan sólo poner los posts de los capítulos de la historia (esto se puede leer en www.fanfiction.net, junto a otras maravillosas historias), si no que era también aprender un poco más de las canciones que utilizo para contarla.
Well, just under construction of Chapter 9 (yes, you can consider it a construction because of its scale and my headaches ...) I have decided that I will start with this task ...
The first piece that goes in the story is Chopin's Prelude No. 4 in E minor Opus 28. It is a piece thatE. L. James already used in the original work, and I picked it up humbly to show Christian's tortured personality. As we will see below, this decision was very, very appropriate.
Chopin composed them between 1835 and 1839, partly in the Majorcan town of Valldemosa , where he spent the winter of 1838-1839, with George Sand and his children to avoid the rainy weather of Paris (although that year the winter was very hard on the island too).Like many other pieces of Chopin, these preludes received no title from the author, but over the years a lot of different names have been proposed for each of them. Hans von Bülow called the nº 4 "suffocation", because of the sense of hopelessness it conveys. According Solange Sand , daughter of composer George Sand, who spent that winter with Chopin in Mallorca, her mother put a title to each of the 24 Chopin preludes. It appears to be that nº4 received the following: "Quelles larmes au fond du cloître humide ?" ("What tears [are shed] from the depths of the damp monastery?")At the request of Chopin , this piece next to Mozart's Requiem was performed at his funeral.