Douze Etudes

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Claude Debussy's 12 Etudes were composed in 1915, in memory of Frederic Chopin. He admits that these are extremely difficult to play, and describes them as a warning to pianists not to take up the musical profession unless they have remarkable hands. Includes: Etude 1 (5 fingers, after Monsieur Czerny) * Etude 2 (thirds) * Etude 3 (fourths) * Etude 4 (sixths) * Etude 5 (octaves) * Etude 6 (eight fingers) * Etude 7 (chromatic degrees) * Etude 8 (ornaments) * Etude 9 (repeated notes) * Etude 10 (opposing sonorities) * Etude 11 (composite arpeggios) * Etude 12 (chords).

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Publisher: Warner Brothers
Composer: Debussy
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