Ballade No. 4 in F Minor, Op. 52 by Frederic Chopin
4” x 6” WATERCOLOUR ON PAPER, 2018 – Listen on Spotify
The piano begins as light blue in the top left with low blues and lower purples as at 0.42. From 2.00 the low notes are dark blue on the top right with bright blue in the mid-range and light blue melodies. At 3.04 purple appears on the top right. The highest notes are yellow and move to twangs of greens on the sharps on the middle and bottle lefts as at 3.22. From 4.47 magenta appears in the melody with high yellow as at 5.01. The lows continue in purples. These colours and ranges continue throughout with yellow and light blue highs, magenta and bright blue in the mid-range, and low dark blues and purples. The sharps as heard at 7.38 are green with black, low, vibrations.
This piece is one of a kind and was commissioned for someone special. While the paint may fall differently on the paper, future interpretations of this song will capture the same colours and moments as heard in the song.