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, whose main teachers were Augustin de Larroque and Ernest Guiraud, followed courses in harmony given by Eugène d’Indy. Chausson also attended the Conservatoire’s Prix Damour , which he won twice during his studies. Chausson was greatly influenced by the music of Richard Wagner, whom he began to admire from 1887. Chausson’s style was therefore initially somewhat ‘Wagnerian’ in nature; Chausson also had a good understanding of orchestration (the art of writing for an orchestra).
“When I Was Your Man” is a song by Bruno Mars, released as the second single from his album Unorthodox Jukebox. The track was written and produced by Bruno himself, Philip Lawrence and Ari Levine of The Smeezingtons. This piano sheet is very easy to play because it only has 3 chords throughout the entire