6 pages | PDF | 1.5 MBThis piece is a collection of ten preludes composed by Sergei Rachmaninoff in Op.23. It is written in B♭ major and G minor, and contains 125 measures. The score is tender and expressive, representing the lyricism and emotion characteristic of Rachmaninoff's music. Each prelude is distinct and evocative, creating a wide variety of moods and atmospheres, including serenity, joy, and sadness. The work is highly virtuosic, requiring technical excellence and musicality from performers. With its powerful and timeless melodies, these preludes remain a beloved and significant contribution to the piano repertoire.