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En Bateau for Trombone and Piano
Piano Accompaniment, Trombone - Advanced - Digital Download
Composed by Claude Debussy (1862-1918). Arranged by Sauer, Ralph. Romantic Period, Impressionistic. Score, Solo Part. 11 pages. Published by Cherry Classics Music (S0.238725).
Item Number: S0.238725
En Bateau (Sailing) is the first movement from Debussy's four movement Petite Suite written around 1886 for four-hand piano duet. Debussy was inspired to write this movement from the poem Fêtes galantes by Paul Verlaine. The Suite has been transcribed for every imaginable instrumentation and is one of the composer's most playable works from a technical standpoint.
This lovely 3-minute arrangement in tenor clef by Ralph Sauer is appropriate for moderately advanced performers.
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