Serenade No.9 in D major K.320 (Posthorn) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
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Chopin’s rough guide to Britain: ‘crafty’ locals and ‘dreadful’ weather
Jane Stirling took charge of the disposal of Chopin’s effects and manuscripts after his death the following year. There is no evidence they were lovers, but he did dedicate two of his nocturnes to her. She was often referred to, after his death, as 'Chopin's widow.'