Clair de Lune
Composed by Claude Debussy - Digital Sheet Music (Easy Piano)
Product InformationClair de Lune composed by Claude Debussy - Digital Sheet Music (Easy Piano)
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3/25/2013 11:11:10 AM
Very well composed
I need to first explain that I am at the early intermediate level. Also, this was the first classical piece of music that I have played. So the counting for this piece was different from what I am use to. It has taken me 2 months to learn the piece correctly. I think this easy piano version is excellent for its grade level and still sounds very nice.
Piano: Advanced / Teacher
10/28/2015 12:03:45 AM
After reading very positive reviews about this arrangement I went ahead and purchased the song, viewing and playing the 1st page which was beautiful. The second and third pages were much more difficult and the notation too small for my late beginner student. Also, the melody wasnt present enough for her to relate to. However, she is only 8 years old so maybe that was the problem. It was a request from her mom and I am going to explain why I will be selecting another piece for her to learn.
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3/8/2016 4:31:01 AM
Review; Clair de Lune
Simple but satisfying arrangement of this beautiful classic. Although an abridged version, the essence of the piece is there, and it provides an opportunity for the performer to focus on style and interpretation.