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Debussy: Prelude - Feux d'artifice Book 2 No. 12

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Claude Debussy - Preludes :
Prelude - Feux d'artifice, Book 2 No. 12
Prelude - Feux d'artifice Book 2 No. 12  by Debussy piano sheet music
Key: n/a Year: 1913
Level: 8+ Period: Impressionism
piano sheet music Piano score: Scanned score (2354 kB)

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xx Debussy Feux D'artifice
February 23, 2012, 05:07:18 PM by mussorgsky

Hi! I am now working on Debussy's Feux D'artifice and I have some trouble with the fingering in the left hand in bars 41-44. Have you got any tips for me? I'll be thankful to all of you!

xx [Video] Feux D'artifice - Debussy Préludes Book II No.12
August 13, 2010, 05:17:27 PM by jezza_0410


This is currently work in progress, and I might have to perform this soon, so any comments?
Thanks to all in advance!


xx Debussy- Feux d'artifice
May 06, 2007, 09:58:45 AM by thorn

Would this work as an undergrad audition piece if played well?

Or is it one of those pieces that is always made a mess of and the panels will have heard a million people attempt?

Im confident that i will be able to play it well enough but at the same time i dont want to make things harder for myself than they need to be.

xx Feux d'Artifice; Need serious help with fingering!!
August 16, 2006, 07:35:01 PM by nanabush

Measure 36:  After the two right hand chords, should my left hand play the entire arpeggiation, or should i distribute it.

Measures 42-45:  My left hand is big, and it can stretch, and playing that arpeggiation entirely with the left hand is extremely awkward, and I can't find a way to distribute that between both hands, is there a way or do I have to make due with just the left hand?

That's all for now, I'm not quite at measure 42 yet  Tongue  but for the future when I do reach it, I'll know in advance, because I just tried it quickly and it wasn't working out.

One more thing, can I do the double glissandi with one hand?  I find it much easier, or is that like the worst idea ever...

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