Dear Fans of Claude Debussy,
Here’s a brand new sheet music selection from Piano With Kent. This one is arranged for early intermediate piano: Clair de Lune by Debussy. The arrangement is in the key of C, for ease of reading, plus it has been simplified (easier to play).
Today’s version of Clair de Lune has every note labeled with its letter-name, such as E, D#, Ab…
Some markings (dynamics, etc.) have been omitted, so as to leave extra room for the note letters.
Please note, this version is abridged and simplified.
These letter-note labeled sheets are primarily for adults who are not taking piano lessons — especially those who have past experience reading music, but who might have forgotten the details.
Here’s a list of currently available selections with lettered notes. This list is growing fast, so you might bookmark this page, and check back often.
Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata with Lettered Notes (First Movement)$12.99 Add to cart
Clair De Lune Sheet Music with Lettered Notes – Abridged and Simplified$14.95 Add to cart
Easy ‘Carol of the Bells’ Sheet Music with Letter-Note Names
$9.99Add to cart
Für Elise Sheet Music with Labeled Letter-Notes (Entire Piece)$9.99 Add to cart
Prelude in C by Bach (from The Well-Tempered Clavier) – with Lettered Notes$12.99 Add to cart
This Month’s Bundle
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About Clair de Lune and Claude Debussy
Clair de Lune is the third movement of Claude Debussy’s Suite Bergamasque, in D♭ major. Its name comes from Verlaine‘s poem “Clair de lune“, which means “moonlight” in French.
Claude Debussy is probably the best known composer of the Impressionist school, a handful of pioneers who were mostly active in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Maurice Ravel, who wrote the popular orchestral piece called Boléro (along with tons of ground-breaking serious works), is also a famous Impressionist.Follow me on Instagram!