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Debussy: Passepied No. 4 in F-sharp Minor

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ID:1159
Claude Debussy - Suite Bergamasque :
Passepied, No. 4
Passepied  No. 4  in F-sharp Minor by Debussy piano sheet music
Key: F-sharp Minor Published: -
Level: 7 Period: Impressionism
piano sheet music Piano score: Scanned score complete collection (4060 kB)



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xx Dazzer - Debussy Passepied
October 08, 2005, 04:31:04 PM by Dazzer

Debussy Passepied (Suite Bergamesque)

Just for the fun of it... not the best but who gives. and since there's a thread about it.

2003

Dazzer




xx help with Debussy's Passepied
January 18, 2006, 01:00:38 AM by ryan2189

Hello, I searched for help but did not find any so:
I am having trouble with the wide quadruplets for the left hand in the first 30 measures or so. It is not exactly that I cannopt play them correctly, but their accuracy is sort of up in the air. This is mainly becuase they are so wide. Currently I play the first four LH with this fingering.

5 2 1 3 , 5 3 1 3 , 5 2 1 2 , 5 2 1 2

Maybe it is just a matter of time, but is there and alternative to make these quadruplets and the stretch easier? Thanks


xx Passepied
February 25, 2006, 10:02:01 PM by lisztener

HI!

I have some issues about learning to play passepied correctly with my (actually) right hand! In the chord section when you play staccato, I just get tired very quickly. I'm trying to hit the keys with some amount of force, but immediately after that I try  to relax. Is this a bad strategy? I mean afterall, it passes very fast, and you need to make the keys sound...
What am I supposed to do? I've started to practice more than earlier (2 h minimum/day).. Could that be it? I really don't know.   Funny thing is that I don't have any problems with playing the left hand..  I've practiced passepied for about a week, and the left hand is working good...   (I'm lefthanded, might that be the reason)

However..   Hope that you know what's best to do...
take care! /lisztener 


xx Should I start this piece?
June 07, 2007, 07:20:03 PM by persona

I love the fourth movement of Debussy's Suite Bergamasque (Passepied), but I'm not that advanced a performer. I'd say I'm around level 5 or 6 out of 9 (CPE Bach's Solfeggieto level). The thing is, I found the sheet music on a web page that classified it as level 5/9, but it sounds far more difficult. Those of you who know it, what do you think? Are my ears tricking me, or should I leave this piece for later?


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