I'm diving into the world of the romanticist, his music, his diaries, analyzing, playing his compositions, putting my fingers into practice on his mastery piano works starting with his Nocturnes; while currently on his Etude no.1. I'm in love with it and inspires me to further know his world a piece after another. His melody sings (like an opera), such lyrical, poetic, wistful, simplistic, epic... if not for his works and aesthetics I would not have heard that a piano could have a soul, with such depth of feeling... and when a music is expressive, it is so powerful.