Chopin

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.