Sicilienne, Op. 78
by Gabriel Faure
Piano - Digital Sheet Music

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SKU: A0.930980

Composed by Gabriel Faure. Arranged by Gregory Millar. 20th Century,Concert. Score and parts. 9 pages. G-clef Music #5721545. Published by G-clef Music (A0.930980).

Gabriel Fauré's much-loved Sicilienne, Op. 78, arranged for piano duet (one piano, four hands) by Gregory Millar.

This is a transcription of the complete orchestral version of the piece that Fauré produced around 1909 and included in his suite of incidental music from the play Pelléas et Mélisande.

Suitable for intermediate players.  No major technical challenges are present but there are a few intricacies to work out between the inside hands (the two pianists must be very comfortable with each other!)

Published by G-Clef Music Editions, for SMP Press.

Approx duration: 4 minutes.
Performing Rights Organizations: SOCAN, ASCAP.

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