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Piano Music 1 Import


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1. Pavane pour une infante defunte
2. Le tombeau de Couperin: I. Prelude
3. Le tombeau de Couperin: II. Fugue
4. Le tombeau de Couperin: III. Forlane
5. Le tombeau de Couperin: IV. Rigaudon
6. Le tombeau de Couperin: V. Menuet
7. Le tombeau de Couperin: VI. Toccata
8. Serenade grotesque
9. Jeux d'eau
10. Valses nobles et sentimentales: I. Adelaide: Modere - tres franc
11. Valses nobles et sentimentales: II. Assez lent - avec une
12. Valses nobles et sentimentales: III. Modere
13. Valses nobles et sentimentales: IV. Assex anime
14. Valses nobles et sentimentales: V. Preque lent - dans un sentiment inteme
15. Valses nobles et sentimentales: VI. Vif
16. Valses nobles et sentimentales: VII. Moins vif
17. Valses nobles et sentimentales: VIII. Epilogue: Lent
18. La Valse: Poeme choregraphique pour Orc

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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
French-composer's piano work at its best Dec 27 1999
By Nicolas Godbout - Published on Amazon.com
Good interpretations of French piano works by foreign players are not numerous. This interpretation of Ravel's compositions by this Canadian piano player made me litterally fall in love with Ravel. The Tombeau de Couperin is particularly brilliant. This interpretation is very regular, without superfluous ralentendos. It just lets Ravel's genius speak for itself.


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