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Jacques Ibert: The Little White Donkey, from Stories for Piano~ Instrumental Work (Piano)

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Jacques Ibert (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's Stories, 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.

Jacques Ibert: The Little White Donkey (Flute, Piano)~ Instrumental Work (Flute)

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The Little White Donkey is a famous piece initially composed by Jacques Ibert (1890-1962). Arranged by the French flautist Marcel Moyse, and part of the set called 'Stories', this piece is the second one in the list of six. Rated as medium, its scores lasts 2 pages for Flute and 4 for Piano.

Jacques Ibert (1890-1962), a neoclassical composer who won the Prix de Rome in 1919, also composed many symphonic suites, operas and seven orchestras, including 'Angelique' (1926) and 'Entertainment' (1930). He was also in charge of the Accadémie de France in the Villa Médicis (Roma) and was later administrator for the Paris Opera.

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