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The Best of Erik Satie

25 Pieces for Piano

By Erik Satie

25 Pieces for Piano. Composed by Erik Satie (1866-1925). Piano. Classical. Book Only. Composed 2005. 80 pages. Editions Salabert #SLB5728. Published by Editions Salabert (HL.50486082).

Item Number: HL.50486082

ISBN 9781423403838. 9x12 inches.

Includes: Trois Gymnopédies; Six Gnossiennes; Sonneries de la Rose + Croix (3 pieces); Pièces froides (6 pieces); La Diva de l'Empire; Je te veux; Le Piccadilly; Poudre d'or; La Belle Excentrique (2 pieces); Vexations.

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  • March 15, 2017 Where are the numbers?

    The first few sheets as only in Gymnopedie 1,2, and 3 has fingering numbered next to the notes. The rest sheets of music has none this was a big let down, and if knew I would have not purchased it.

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  • 4

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  • April 09, 2009 Surprisingly quirky pieces

    This is a wonderful compilation of Satie pieces. Though most are not technically challenging, they do require a high level of musical caliber to pull them off successfully. Notations in the score are given in both the original French and in English translations (though the editors seemed to have forgotten...

    to translate a couple parts). My only real quarrel is with the binding; I received this book in December, and after several months of near-daily playing, I still have to clip the book back with clothespins to get it to stay open while I play. It's problematic for pieces longer than 2 pages!

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  • January 07, 2009 Wonderful Music and Lovely Publication

    I just love this edition. It has some quirky cartoon pictures and includes the beutiful descriptors of how sections should be played in French and English.

    36 of 69 people found this review helpful.
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