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    TIMELESS CHOPIN PERFUMED BODY WASH

    ¥165.00

    commodity code xfxh0005

    specifications

    300ml

    FAMILY

    WOODY   

    TOP

    Mandarin Orange, Lemon, Bergamot

    BODY

    Coriander, Cardamom, Pink pepper

    BASE

    Patchouli, Vetiver

    Delivery time of free distribution service is 1-5 days from the date of delivery, in-store pick-up, free gift packaging, free return of goods

    Need help? please call:021-60756860

    Product Details

    A warm bath with our Perfumed Body Wash will melt your stress away while nourishing your skin. Formulated with shea butter and collagen, it helps skin maintain a perfect moisture balance.


    The early 19th century was a turbulent time of corruption and disorganization. However, this period in history also saw the birth of Frédéric Chopin (1810 – 1849), a Polish composer and virtuoso pianist. A genius of matchless talent, he is considered to be one of the great masters of the Romantic era.


    Chopin wrote almost exclusively for the piano and has composed over 200 pieces both large and small, including sonatas, mazurkas, waltzes, nocturnes, etudes, scherzos and many more. Amongst his works, his most famous compositions would include Fantasie-Impromptu, Op. 66, Nocturne Op. 9 and the Funeral March from the Piano Sonata No. 2. 


    Chopin’s musical language was captivating, graceful and progressive of his time. With the extensive use of the sustain pedal and a technically demanding leggierissimo e legatissimo sound (extremely light and delicate with a very smooth effect) meticulously notated on his manuscripts, Chopin left nothing to doubt for his copyists and editors. His music was at times dynamic and intense, while sometimes haunting and intoxicating. 


    Perhaps Chopin’s own words would best describe him. “Simplicity is the final achievement. After one has played a vast quantity of notes and more notes, it is simplicity that emerges as the crowning reward of art.” 


    He did not seek to famous, but talent led fame to him.