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Erik Satie was a French composer who chose his own path in terms of musical style. In some ways he was revolutionary and in others merely reactionary. However, he showed that it wasn''t necessary to use big dramatic orchestral sounds to move an audience, and his output was inspirational to the French impressionists. He composed a number of simple yet unusual piano pieces like the well-known works here.
Violin parts (CA)
* #777855 - , 67 pp. - /65 7 9 6 8 65 ( - ) - V / 85 / 76 - Schalltrichter
Although Johann Pachelbel composed other music, to many musicians he is known for only one work, this Canon. Originally written for 8 violins and a continuo part, the Canon consists of 78 strict variations, part of his Canon and Gigue in D , and has become quite a famous work appearing in lots of places. Here it has been arranged as a shorter set of 66 variations, either for piano or for 9 recorders.
Piano score (CA)
* #779957 - , 67 pp. - /65 7 9 6 8 65 ( - ) - V / 85 / 76 - Schalltrichter
* #896966 - , 78 pp. - /65 7 9 6 8 65 ( - ) - V / V / V - 6757 × ⇩ -
Felix Mendelssohn was a German composer, who like many others established his musical credentials at a age, and died before reaching old age. Among other forms, he wrote several sets of piano pieces called "Songs without Words". These pieces are literally that, because they have a melodic "song" and an "accompaniment" all played on the piano. But the first item by Mendelssohn is the popular Christmas Carol:
* #896968 - , 77 pp. - /65 7 9 6 8 65 ( - ) - V / V / V - 796 × ⇩ -
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