Claude Debussy’s Clair de lune, the third and most famous movement in his Suite of 1890, was inspired by a poem written by the French poet Paul Verlaine in 1869. This remarkable piece is now available in an arrangement by Len Rhodes for piano duet, four hands (one piano.) This is in an "easier" key but all notes have been carefully transposed! Therefore, although this is more "manageable", it is the complete piece, not a simplified and/or abridged arrangement. The second part (lower) is more advanced.