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Première Gymnopédie
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cover Première Gymnopédie Robert Martin
Eric SATIE/Jean Denis MICHAT
Arr : Jean Denis MICHAT

Publisher : Robert Martin
Grade : Cycle 1
Duration : 1'30
Genre : Instrumental music
Group : Saxophone
Style & options : Saxophone and piano


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Erik Satie's Gymnopédies were published in Paris in 1888, a century before the saxophone. Inspired by the dances of Greek antiquity, they are nevertheless modern harmonically. The first and third Gymnopédies were orchestrated by Debussy in the late nineteenth to draw public attention to the work of his friend.
It was obvious to play this "melancholy daydream" on the saxophone. The sweetness of sound seems made for Satie's aerial phrases.
This piece will be a good way to tackle without difficulty the re sharp of the left hand, and sounds spun with musicality.
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