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Notes about this work: The title, Gymnopedie is possibly derived from a Greek name for a dance. 1st Gymnopedie, the best known, for piano solo. The title, Gymnopedie is possibly derived from a Greek name for a dance.
Recommended Skill Level: 5 out of 9 ( 1= Beginner, 9 = Expert - It is possible to play a piece outside your current ability but you might take longer to master it.)
Type: Original: As originally written by the composer. The sheet music has have been checked for accuracy by comparing multiple editions and correcting any notational or printer's errors.
Composed by: Erik Satie (1866 to 1925). We have a blog entry about Satie which you may find useful as well as links to other websites of interest.
Eric Alfred Leslie Satie is known as a French composer and pianist who was of major influence to twentieth-century music.
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Gymnopédie No.1 Descant Recorder, Guitar
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Gymnopédie No.2 Clarinet, Guitar
Gymnopédie No.2 Clarinet, Piano
Gymnopédie No.2 Descant Recorder, Guitar
Gymnopédie No.3 Clarinet, Guitar
Gymnopédie No.3 Clarinet, Piano
Gymnopédie No.3 Descant Recorder, Guitar
Gymnopédie No.3 Soprano Sax and String Ensemble
Gymnopédie No.3 Unaccompanied Flute
Gymnopédie No.3 Violin and String Ensemble
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