Background of the Piece
This piece was written by Chopin and dedicated to a polish pianist by the name of Julian Fontana. Although Chopin clearly requested that the piece not be published, Julian Fontana went ahead anyways and published it.
Quick Musical Synopsis
The piece starts out with the left hand playing a rising and falling arpeggiated chord whilst the right hand plays a run, up and down the c-minor key in which it is in. This is basically the whole first section, in which the player is told to sound agitated. The second section starts out with just the left hand arpeggiating chords. There is a change in speed after two measures when the left hand slowly sinks into the background to be taken over by a gentle and smooth right hand melody. This encapsulates the whole of the second section. The coda, is a combination of the two sections. With arpeggiated chords starting out loud, then ending soft. The piece finishes with the quietest two chords as the player resolves a somewhat "dark" piece with a c major chord.
The audio isn't that great, there may be some scratches.
There is no video because I find taking videos of yourself(this encompasses pictures too) a bit too self indulgent (My own opinion).