BBC Radio 3 is to broadcast every note written by Frederic Chopin during a weekend dedicated to the Polish composer, who died in 1849 aged 39.
The Chopin Experience, which runs on 17-18 May, follows similiar tributes by the station to Beethoven, Bach, Mozart and Tchaikovsky.
The weekend will explore how Chopin revolutionised piano music, as well as his troubled personal life.
The weekend will also include the most famous recordings of Chopin's work.
His set of 24 Etudes will be aired in unbroken sequence featuring 24 different pianists.
Dedicated programmes will look at the influence of Polish folk music on the composer - and how the composer continues to influence the Polish music scene.
Chopin settled in Paris in 1830 and died in the French capital from tuberculosis.
A child prodigy, his adult life was coloured by his volatile relationship with writer George Sand, the psuedonym of Aurore Dudevant, and his struggle with depression.
A dedicated website, launched as part of the Chopin weekend, will feature video piano lessons by pianist David Owen Norris, for those who want to try their hand at some of Chopin's more approachable pieces.