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Even his contemporaries recognized that they were not typical preludes by any means. I must confess I imagined them. Almost the opposite: they are sketches. Preludes to what? They allowed a pianist to get the feel of the instrument without the pressure of beginning a work in earnest, and they also prepared listeners for the music to come. Yet Chopin never played these preludes as introductions to other pieces, and his contemporaries agreed that it would be inappropriate to.
He instead played them in groups of three or four — they were too short to stand on their own, but too complex to introduce another piece. It would require much greater space to discuss each prelude individually, as they vary greatly. The order of the preludes is predetermined by the order of key signatures, so when they are heard all in a row it can lead to strange, thought-provoking sequences.