Label: WARNER CLASSICS (EMI)
CD 1: Piano Concerto No.1 in E minor Op.11; Piano Concerto No.2 in F minor Op.21
CD 2: Fantasy on Polish National Airs Op.13; Grand Concert Rondo 'Krakowiak' Op.14; Variations in B flat on 'La ci darem' from Mozart's Don Giovanni Op.2; Alla polacca 3.41; Andante spianato and Grande Polonaise brillante in E flat Op.22; Andante spianato 4.27; Grande Polonaise brillante 9.08
CD 3: Mazurkas Op.6, 7, 17, 24, 30, 33, 41
CD 4: Mazurkas Op.50; Mazurkas Op.56; Mazurkas Op.59; Mazurkas Op.63; Mazurka a Emile Gaillard in A minor 4.28; Mazurka ‘Notre temps’ No.2 in A minor 2.51; Mazurkas Op.67; Mazurkas Op.68; Mazurkas Opp. posth.
CD 5 Preludes Op.28; Nocturnes
CD 6: No.8 in D flat Op.27 No.2 4.53; No.9 in B Op.32 No.1 4.41; No.10 in A flat Op.32 No.2 4.45; No.11 in G minor Op.37 No.1 5.58; No.12 in G Op.37 No.2 6.22; No.13 in C minor Op.48 No.1 5.49; No.14 in F sharp minor Op.48 No.2 7.28; No.15 in F minor Op.55 No.1 4.54; No.16 in E flat Op.55 No.2 4.52; No.17 in B Op.62 No.1 7.55; No.18 in E Op.62 No.2 6.14; No.19 in E minor Op.72 No.1 (posth.) 4.22; Nocturne in C sharp minor Op. posth. 3.47; Nocturne in C minor Op. posth. 2.42
CD 7 2 Polonaises Op.26; 2 Polonaises Op.40; Polonaise in F sharp minor Op.44 11.01; Polonaise in A flat Op.53 ‘Heroique’ 6.43; Polonaise-Fantaisie in A flat Op.61 14.00; 3 Polonaises Op.71
CD 8: Andante spianato & Grande Polonaise brillante in E flat Op.22 14.07; Polonaise in G minor (1817) 1.47; Polonaise in B flat (1817) 2.10; Polonaise in A flat (1821) 3.25; Polonaise in G sharp minor (1822) 4.01; Polonaise in B flat minor 'Adieu' (1826) 4.46; Polonaise in G flat (1829) 7.00; Fantaisie in F minor Op.49 11.30; Barcarolle in F sharp Op.60 8.15; Variations brillantes sur le Rondeau favori 'Je
vends des scapulaires' des Ludovic de Herold et Halevy in B flat Op.12 7.25; Bolero in A minor Op.19 6.45
Tarantelle in A flat Op.43 3.01; 3 Ecossaises Op.72 No.3
CD 9: 19 Waltzes; 3 Impromptus
CD 10: Fantaisie-impromptu in C sharp minor; Op.66 5.16; Etudes Op.10; Etudes Op.25; Trois Nouvelles Etudes (1837); Cantabile in B flat: Andantino 1.05; Contredanse in G flat: Allegretto 2.14; Berceuse in D flat Op.57 4.42
CD 11: Piano Sonata No.2 in B flat minor Op.35; Scherzi
CD 12: Piano Sonata No.3 in B minor Op.58; Ballades
CD 13 Piano Sonata No.1 in C minor Op.4; Introduction & Variations on a German air 'Der
Schweizerbub' in E Op. posth. Variations on the March from Bellini's I puritani in E 1.49; Variations in A 'Souvenir de Paganini' 4.24; Rondo in C minor Op.1 8.31; Rondo a la Mazur in F Op.5 8.17; Introduction in C minor & Rondo in E flat; Op.16 10.32; Rondo for two pianos in C Op.73 8.40
CD 14: Allegro de concert in A Op.461 2.22; 17 Songs Op.74; Czary (Enchantment) (Witwicki) Op.Posth.; Dumka (Reverie) (Zaleski) Op.Posth.
CD 15: Cello Sonata in G minor Op. 65; Introduction and Polonaise Brillante Op. 3 9.00; Grand Duo on themes from Meyerbeer's; Robert le Diable
CD 16: Piano Trio in G minor. Op. 8
16 discs covering Chopin's entire oeuvre: works for solo piano and piano duet; for piano and orchestra; for cello and piano; for piano trio; for voice and piano.
The dazzling array of pianists to be heard in this collection includes Dinu Lipatti, Arthur Rubinstein, Claudio Arrau, Georges Cziffra, Martha Argerich, Daniel Barenboim, Stephen Kovacevich, Garrick Ohlsson, Mikhail Pletnev, Maurizio Pollini, Leif Ove Ansdnes, Nelson Goerner & Ingrid Fliter. (Argerich, Ohlsson and Pollini were all winners of the Chopin Competition in Warsaw)