Extracted from the Complete Works of Claude Debussy Series 1, Volume 9, this piece was also one of Durand's best-selling items during Debussy's lifetime.
Five soulful solos that were "inspired by the northern sky, and in particular the Scandinavian landscapes of my own imagination," writes Naoko Ikeda. Introspective pieces, yet full of warmth. Titles:...
Julian Rowlands presents a collection of 25 Russian folk tunes arranged for solo piano. The collection includes notes on the history of Russian folk music, as well as a CD recording of all pieces. German...
Prokofiev's compositions were inspired by Symbolism and Futurism, and his early works showcased a percussive treatment of the piano, similar in some respects to Bartok. Prokofiev's Four Pieces for Piano,...
These new, completely revised editions are based on Robert Orledge's critical edition of Satie's works for piano. He has returned to Satie's manuscripts and first editions to give pianists completely...
Considering the incredible amount of great music that has sprung from Russia, Podgornov ultimately decided to present representative works of six of her greatest composers, and 13 of their most recognizable...
Jacques Ibert's Histoires, a collection of 10 Impressionistic piano pieces, was written between 1912 and 1922. Most of the pieces were composed during Ibert's years in Rome at the French Academy, and many...
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