"Chopin was essentially a drawing - room composer. Away from his nocturnes and mazurkas, he became as trivial and incoherent as in those attractive trifles he was earnest and individual. The Concerto in E minor is for the most part a rambling series of passages, with one or two pretty motive with which but little is done."
(London Times, May 16, 1855)
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