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Gnossiennes no. 2, Erik Satie - Piano duet

Gnossiennes no. 2, Erik Satie - Piano duet

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Satie - Gnossiennes no. 2, transcribed by Len Rhodes for piano duet. The melodic line is doubled in the upper part (hands an octave apart). The lower part has the chord progression, as Satie intended, shared between the hands.

Arranger's note: Erik Satie often added whimsical instructions to his music: "Light as an egg", "Here comes the lantern",  "Open your head","Muffle the sound", "Work it out yourself", etc.  I have included, and translated, those he applied to this piece.

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