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eBook Mouvements perpétuels (Alfred Masterwork Edition) ePub

by Francis Poulenc,Maurice Hinson

  • ISBN: 0739011820
  • Category: Music
  • Subcategory: Photo and Art
  • Author: Francis Poulenc,Maurice Hinson
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Alfred Music; 2 edition (September 1, 2000)
  • Pages: 12
  • ePub book: 1445 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1370 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 145

Description

by Francis Poulenc (Composer), Maurice Hinson (Composer). The paperback provides Poulenc's very famous and intricate Trois Mouvements perpetuels in highly acute print format just as its genius author would desire.

by Francis Poulenc (Composer), Maurice Hinson (Composer). Read this first, listen to the pieces on YouTube and start practicing a magnificent set of works that set Poulenc apart from other classic French artists.

Mouvements Perp�tuels book. Details (if other): Cancel. Written when Poulenc was only 19 years old, this 3-movement piano work shows the simplicity and melodic gifts that were his trademark while also showing the influence of Erik Satie and Emmanuel Chabrier.

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Francis Poulenc’s most popular book is Diary of My Songs. Showing 30 distinct works.

Mouvements Perpetuels "By Francis Poulenc (1899-1963). Masterworks; Piano Solo; Solo. SMP Level 9 (Advanced). Standard notation, fingerings and introductory text (does not includ. Quatre Motets Pour Le Temps de Noel "(SATB).

Francis Jean Marcel Poulenc (French: ; 7 January 1899 – 30 January 1963) was a French composer and pianist

Francis Jean Marcel Poulenc (French: ; 7 January 1899 – 30 January 1963) was a French composer and pianist. His compositions include songs, solo piano works, chamber music, choral pieces, operas, ballets, and orchestral concert music

Composed by Francis Poulenc (1899-1963).

Composed by Francis Poulenc (1899-1963). Duet or Duo; Masterworks; Piano Duet (1 Piano, 4 Hands); Solo Small Ensembles.

By Francis Poulenc, ed. Maurice Hinson. Maurice Hinson Level: Early Advanced. They are written without key signatures and each moves through various keys in "perpetual" motion.

1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Published June 1993 by Alfred Publishing Company.

Written when Poulenc was only 19 years old, this 3-movement piano work shows the simplicity and melodic gifts that were his trademark while also showing the influence of Erik Satie and Emmanuel Chabrier. They are written without key signatures and each moves through various keys in "perpetual" motion. There are historic notes and performance notes included.

Comments

Rasmus Rasmus
great contemporary piece for the intermediate or early advance piano student although it does require nimble reach in some sections. It's tonally pleasant and not jarring at all.
Anarasida Anarasida
This set of three piano scores is the quintessential Poulenc. The paperback provides Poulenc's very famous and intricate Trois Mouvements perpetuels in highly acute print format just as its genius author would desire. A rich introduction about the composer and a littler more than two pages of commentary about the music are additional aids for performing and understanding these very influential pieces. Read this first, listen to the pieces on YouTube and start practicing a magnificent set of works that set Poulenc apart from other classic French artists.

The first movement was the music that is played in Alfred Hitchcock's movie, "Rope". A fascinating tune that haunts the show of intrigue and tension.

I highly recommend this set of works and find it amusing to see another report of this book that received only 3 stars. No matter how hard these works may be, they are presented in a perfect print on pristine paper that is nice and thick, slightly buffed to prevent reflection and make reading easier. You will need to practice these works more than one may imagine to get the light comedy out of the piano which Poulenc would expect.