Paul Dukas: Piano Works - Including "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" For Two Pianos
French composer Paul Dukas (1865闂1935) was also a critic, scholar, and teacher. " The Sorcerer's Apprentice " is his most famous creation, and this original compilation of Dukas ' Piano works is highlighted by the world-renowned music that was based upon Goethe's Faust and inspired a memorable sequence from Disney's Fantasia. The two-Piano version that appears here was transcribed by the composer himself. Suitable for intermediate and advanced pianists, this collection features four additional pieces: Piano Sonata in E-flat minor; Pr闂備浇鍋愰崢褍鐣风粻鍒 闂備浇鍋愰崢褍鐣疯ぐ鎺撶厾闁绘挸楠搁崒鈺que; Variations, Interlude and Finale on a theme by Jean Philippe Rameau ; and La plainte, au loin, du faun . Edited and introduced by renowned pianist Daniel Glover, these works were reproduced from authoritative sources.
|Contributors||Dukas, Paul (Composer); Glover, Daniel (Editor)|
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