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Ravel: Une Barque sur l'océan No. 3

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ID:1883
Maurice Ravel - Miroirs :
Une Barque sur l'océan, No. 3
Une Barque sur l'océan  No. 3  by Ravel piano sheet music
Key: n/a Published: 1905
Level: 8+ Period: Impressionism
piano sheet music Piano score: Scanned score (3074 kB)


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smiley Ravel Une barque sur l'océan from 'Miroirs' live in London
April 16, 2008, 02:52:02 PM by doxy

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Ravel Une barque sur l'océan from 'Miroirs'


xx Ravel: Barque sur l'ocean...o_O
July 07, 2008, 02:34:31 AM by kard

ok...I would really appreciate an explanation of "62/84" time... Undecided seriously. Does Ravel expect me to count from one to sixty-four per bar?  Angry
lol okay its funny and im just being dramatic.
But is it reasonable to assume you could just simplify the counts? For example the first few bars, there is a pretty clear 4, 8, or even 12 beat pulse. Is that what's supposed to happen?


xx Ravel's Une Barque sur L'Ocean help?
May 29, 2011, 02:38:23 AM by arvhaax93

I am currently learning this piece and I do not find it too difficult, except for the part where I have rapid multi-note tremolos in the right hand while the left has quick ascending arpeggios.  I am not sure how to organize the rhythm of the tremolo over the arpeggio.  In each bar, the left hand arpeggios are separated into 3 groups and at the beginning of each group marks where I believe the tremolo would be on the beginning notes (B and D#). 

For the 3 separate groups in the left hand, the first 2 have 9 notes, the 3rd has 13.  How should i organize the rhythm of the tremolo over it?  How should I practice it slowly? 

I'm also aware that this piece has many of the tremolo over arpeggio type of deal, but they vary in different keys and the left hand is organized differently (especially in the ones near the end of the piece)  Is there anything different I should do when approaching those?

Also, what fingers would you recommend I play the tremolo with? (The tremolo that alternates B and D# with E#)


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