Für Elise piano sheet music – includes note-name labels for every note
FÜR ELISE – The entire piece – Letter-Notes/Note Names Included
Bagatelle No. 25 in A-Minor ~ Ludwig v. Beethoven
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Ludwig v. Beethoven’s timeless and extremely popular piano piece, Für Elise, officially named ‘Bagatelle No. 25,” in A-Minor, has been well-loved and well-known across the world for more than two centuries. Beethoven’s music, especially his later works, ushered in the Romantic Era of western classical music.
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Exclusive Clair de Lune Piano Sheet Music from Piano With Kent
Claude Debussy’s timeless and extremely popular piano piece, Clair de Lune, is well-known around the world. Its origins include influences from poetry, the music of Bach’s time (the Baroque period), and the artistic school of Impressionism.
Is ‘Clair’ of Clair de Lune a person’s name? If so, who is that person?
The ‘Clair’ in the title Clair de Lune does not refer to a person.
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How’s yo blues?
I’ve had requests for piano notation covering the blues licks in my course, A Study in Blues Piano.
That course is video-based, and teaches from a chord-based improvisation point of view.
I sometimes resist providing notation for improvisation-focused courses, because it can almost promote blind imitation, rather than creative playing.
That said, I’ve had a couple of convincing requests lately from students who wanted to have sheet music to supplement this class. As a result, I’ve decided to provide notation for several of the licks, plus notation for a complete blues piano solo (featuring licks from the course).