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Complete Works For Solo Keyboard

By Jean-Philippe Rameau

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Solo keyboard (piano) - SMP Level 9 (Advanced)
Composed by Jean-Philippe Rameau (1683-1764). Masterworks; Piano Collection. Dover Edition. Baroque. Collection. With standard notation and introductory text (does not include words to the songs). 144 pages. Published by Dover Publications (AP.6-278476).

Item Number: AP.6-278476

ISBN 0486278476. 9 3/8x1214 inches.

65 works including Musette en Rondeau, Tambourin, Les Niais de Solgne, Les Cyclopes, La Poule and more.

This title has selections that range in difficulty from SMP Level 8-9.

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All types of major, minor, diminished, and augmented chords spanning more than an octave. Extensive scale passages.

  • Prelude  From First Book of Harpsichord Pieces (1706)
  • Allemande  From First Book of Harpsichord Pieces (1706)
  • 2nd Allemande  From First Book of Harpsichord Pieces (1706)
  • Courante  From First Book of Harpsichord Pieces (1706)
  • Gigue  From First Book of Harpsichord Pieces (1706)
  • 1st & 2nd Sarabande  From First Book of Harpsichord Pieces (1706)
  • Venitienne  From First Book of Harpsichord Pieces (1706)
  • Gavotte  From First Book of Harpsichord Pieces (1706)
  • Menuet  From First Book of Harpsichord Pieces (1706)
  • Menuet en Rondeau  From Pieces de Clavecin (1731)
  • Gigue en Rondeau  From Pieces de Clavecin (1731)
  • 2nd Gigue en Rondeau  From Pieces de Clavecin (1731)
  • Le Rappel des Oiseaux  From Pieces de Clavecin (1731)
  • 1st & 2nd Rigaudon  From Pieces de Clavecin (1731)
  • Double du 2nd Rigaudon  From Pieces de Clavecin (1731)
  • Musette en Rondeau  From Pieces de Clavecin (1731)
  • Tambourin  From Pieces de Clavecin (1731)
  • La Villageoise (Rondeau)  From Pieces de Clavecin (1731)
  • Les Tendres Plaintes (Rondeau)  From Pieces de Clavecin (1731)
  • Les Niais de Sologne  From Pieces de Clavecin (1731)
  • 1st Double des Niais  From Pieces de Clavecin (1731)
  • 2nd Double des Niais  From Pieces de Clavecin (1731)
  • Les Soupirs  From Pieces de Clavecin (1731)
  • La Joyeuse (Rondeau)  From Pieces de Clavecin (1731)
  • La Follette (Rondeau)  From Pieces de Clavecin (1731)
  • L'Entretien des Muses  From Pieces de Clavecin (1731)
  • Les Tourbillons (Rondeau)  From Pieces de Clavecin (1731)
  • Les Cyclopes (Rondeau)  From Pieces de Clavecin (1731)
  • La Lardon (Menuet)  From Pieces de Clavecin (1731)
  • La Boiteuse  From Pieces de Clavecin (1731)
  • Sarabande  From Nouvelles de Pieces de Clavecin (1728)
  • Les Trois Mains  From Nouvelles de Pieces de Clavecin (1728)
  • Fanfarinette  From Nouvelles de Pieces de Clavecin (1728)
  • La Triomphante  From Nouvelles de Pieces de Clavecin (1728)
  • Gavotte & Six Doubles  From Nouvelles de Pieces de Clavecin (1728)
  • Les Tricotets (Rondeau)  From Nouvelles de Pieces de Clavecin (1728)
  • L'Indefferente  From Nouvelles de Pieces de Clavecin (1728)
  • 2nd Menuet  From Nouvelles de Pieces de Clavecin (1728)
  • La Poule  From Nouvelles de Pieces de Clavecin (1728)
  • Les Triolets  From Nouvelles de Pieces de Clavecin (1728)
  • Les Sauvages  From Nouvelles de Pieces de Clavecin (1728)
  • L'Enharmonique  From Nouvelles de Pieces de Clavecin (1728)
  • L'Egyptienne  From Nouvelles de Pieces de Clavecin (1728)
  • La Dauphine  From Nouvelles de Pieces de Clavecin (1728)
  • La Livri (Rondeau)  From Pieces extraites des Pieces en Concert (1741)
  • L'Agacante  From Pieces extraites des Pieces en Concert (1741)
  • La Timide  From Pieces extraites des Pieces en Concert (1741)
  • 1st Rondeau  From Pieces extraites des Pieces en Concert (1741)
  • 2nd Rondeau  From Pieces extraites des Pieces en Concert (1741)
  • L'Indiscrete (Rondeau)  From Pieces extraites des Pieces en Concert (1741)
  • La Victoire  Appendix: Harpsichord Pieces attributed to Jean-Philippe Rameau
  • La Sensible  Appendix: Harpsichord Pieces attributed to Jean-Philippe Rameau
  • Piece sans titre  Appendix: Harpsichord Pieces attributed to Jean-Philippe Rameau
  • Piece sans titre (Second)  Appendix: Harpsichord Pieces attributed to Jean-Philippe Rameau
  • La Villeroy  Appendix: Harpsichord Pieces attributed to Jean-Philippe Rameau
  • L'Orageuse  Appendix: Harpsichord Pieces attributed to Jean-Philippe Rameau
  • La Zaide  Appendix: Harpsichord Pieces attributed to Jean-Philippe Rameau
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    PeacePlanet
    Location:
    Washington, D.C.
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • January 30, 2012 "La Victoire" is mine!

    I had played this delightful piece, apparently attributed to Rameau, as a child; and recently rediscovered my fondness for it. I no longer have access to the "Classiques Favorites" volumes so stumbled upon this site as part of a web search for the song. I have not tried the other...

    pieces, but am certain I will enjoy them. I find this genre of music quite appealing. Being that it is French makes it all the more pleasant, albeit I normally favor Impressionistic music. :)

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  • 5

    aikshintan
    Location:
    Penang, m'sia
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • February 12, 2009 Amazing

    What a great book! I believe it has everything you can get from the 3 Barenreiter volumes, at a much lower price. This book got me to love Rameau's music. Though i can't playmost of the pieces well, it's a joy to read the music while listening...

    to recordings!

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  • 5

    Kara Russell
    Location:
    Los Angeles, CA
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • August 09, 2008 A life's work!

    If you like Rameau's work - as I do - this is simply a "must get" item. Really wonderful transcriptions of 4 of Rameaus' collections for keyboard as well as a group that had previously been thought to be his work. It is fairly easy to come by some simplified (and...

    pretty) versions of his pieces; but if you are interested in a clearly noted version of the trills and additions that he intended (i.e. complete notation) - this is what you will want. These editions were based on his manuscripts or publishings. This does not include his opera writings, although, after reading his biography, I found that many of these previously published works were incorporated into his opera "Zoastre." While some of these pieces are on the early intermediate side, the majority of them, with trills, etc. would be more advanced.

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