Clair de lune, Debussy - one Piano, six hands
Claude Debussy’s Clair de lune, his third and most famous movement in 1890 Suite bergamasque, was inspired by a poem written by French poet Paul Verlaine in 1869 - arranged by Len Rhodes for six hands at one piano. As in my other arrangement for piano duet, this is in an "easier" key than Debussy's original piece, but it is the complete score; nothing is missing! This really is fun - as long as the pianists concentrate on where their hands are! However, each part is definitely not difficult. Great for your next piano recital.
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