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Chausson Piano Sheet Music

Chausson – No. 4: La Derniere Feuille Piano Sheet Music

Chausson was born in Paris on 19 December, 1855 where he also died on 4 March, 1899. Chausson’s father had hoped that Chausson would become an engineer. Chausson entered the Conservatoire de Paris at age 16; initially studying solfège, he soon devoted himself to composition (he had already written several songs by this time). Chausson,…

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Chausson – No. 5: Serenade Italienne Piano Sheet Music

Chausson’s Trois Pieces in the  form of  three Nocturnes for solo piano, Op. 19, is a set of pieces written between 1879–1880 and published in 1888 (first two nocturnes) and 1890 (third nocturne). Chausson’s own catalogue indicates that the work was composed in 1879, though some scholars have suggested Chausson may have revised it around…

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Chausson – No. 3: Les Papillons Piano Sheet Music

Chausson’s Trois Pieces in the  form of  three Nocturnes for solo piano, Op. 19, is a set of pieces written between 1879–1880 and published in 1888 (first two nocturnes) and 1890 (third nocturne). Chausson’s own catalogue indicates that the work was composed in 1879, though some scholars have suggested Chausson may have revised it around…

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Chausson – No. 2: Le Charme Piano Sheet Music

Chausson’s “Poeme” is a simple work that immediately catches the ear. The free, graceful figuration and undulating flow of the pianist’s left hand lines portray lovely images: sunlight rippling on water, an elegant dance of nymphs and fauns, or a sailing ship delicately gliding across wind-ruffled water. Chausson was inspired by the romantic paintings of…

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Cecile Chaminade – Valse Caprice Piano Sheet Music

The piece Chausson – No. 7: Le Colibri begins with a gentle melody played by the right hand of the piano, accompanied by calm chords from the left hand of the piano. The notes begin on the lower half of the piano, and gradually move up to the higher octaves. Chausson – No. 7: Le…

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