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Sonata For Oboe And Piano

Revised edition, 2004

By Millan Sachania

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Oboe and Piano
Revised edition, 2004. By Millan Sachania. By Francis Poulenc (1899-1963). Edited by Millan Sachania. Music Sales America. Classical. Book Only. 24 pages. Chester Music #MUSCH62711. Published by Chester Music (HL.14025930).

Item Number: HL.14025930

ISBN 9780711989252. 9x12 inches.

Written the year before his death, and dedicated to the memory of Sergey Prokofiev, this piece is the last of Poulenc's wind sonatas and is a work of profound poignancy and delicacy. Poulenc would not live to see the piece tofruition, as the work was published posthumously.

This is the 2004 updated and revised version, edited by Millan Sachania.

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  • February 23, 2008 Beautiful Sonata

    Awesome piece- very moving

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  • December 04, 2007 Beautiful, Challenging, and Rewarding

    Very beautiful piece. First movement allows for a high degree of interpretaion and expression at the same time it demands great control. The second movement proves technically challenging but it is fun to play and listen to. Overall a very exciting movement. The third movement when played well is absolutly...

    breath taking and requires tone, intonation, dynamic control, and expression through all ranges of the instrument (high E to low Bflat)

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