(1890-1962) studied at the Paris Conservatoire before embarking upon a successful composing career. Stories
increased his popularity when it was published in the mid-1920s and it remains significant in the advanced pianist's repertoire.
This edition contains the second movement of Stories, The Little White Donkey.
It is marked 'with quiet good humour' and begins staccato yet pianissimo. The movements of Ibert
including The Little White Donkey,
contain significant influences of Debussy and impressionism. Addressing a variety of musical aspects and techniques, Ibert
's The Little White Donkey
is an exciting addition to the Piano repertoire. More