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Erik Satie: Gnossiennes: Piano Duet

Instrumental Work | Sheet Music and Books

COMPOSER: Erik Satie
PUBLISHER: Bärenreiter-Verlag
PRODUCT FORMAT: Instrumental Work
Urtext edition with new variant readingsFor the first time Gnossienne No. 7 presented in its authentic form Easy to moderate difficultyTranslations of all Satie’s performance instructions (Ger/Eng)With practical suggestions forperformance (Ger/Eng) by Steffen SchleiermacherWith a detailed foreword
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Composer Erik Satie
Publisher Bärenreiter-Verlag
MR-WEB Difficulty Easy
Product Format Instrumental Work
Year of Publication 2013
StylePeriodView Description Post 1901
ISMN 9790006529339
Instrumentation Piano Duet
No. BA10807
Number of pages 37
Series Bärenreiter Urtext
Composer Erik Satie
Editor Jens Rosteck
Description
Urtext edition with new variant readingsFor the first time Gnossienne No. 7 presented in its authentic form Easy to moderate difficultyTranslations of all Satie’s performance instructions (Ger/Eng)With practical suggestions forperformance (Ger/Eng) by Steffen SchleiermacherWith a detailed foreword (Ger/Eng) and critical commentary (Eng)Between 1889 and 1897 Satie composed a series of piano pieces. He gave these the eccentric title Gnossiennes andprovided consciously ironic performance instructions in which he satirized the excessive gestures of Romantic piano playing.This Bärenreiter Urtext edition offers new variant readings and presents Gnossienne No. 7 in itsauthenticform for the first time. Like the Gymnopédies (BA 10804), the Gnossiennes are particularly suitable for piano teaching because of their easy to medium difficulty level. Suggestions for performance are given by the Satiespecialist Steffen Schleiermacher. In addition a detailed foreword by the distinguished musicologist Jens Rosteck provides valuable information on the background to the composition, its significance and interpretation.
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