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New Piano Piece by Mozart Discovered: Allegro in D K626
January 27 2021 was W.A. Mozart's 265th birthday and Salzburg and Austria celebrated this with the world premiere of one of his compositions. At Piano Street we celebrated by releasing the score of the composition, the recently discovered piano piece "Allegro in D". Download it for free and celebrate Mozart yourself by playing the piece! Read more >>

Topic: Am going to begin Clair de Lune, any suggestions (self taught, 1 year)  (Read 1429 times)

Offline choppychopin

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Would really appreciate some tips or suggestions from people who are familiar with the piece, not really sure what im getting into.

Offline dogperson

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You have not listed what else you play But generally I can say that if hes only played one year you were not ready to play clair de lune. And yes, I play it. There is really no way to walk you through how to play it in just a post on the Internet

If you insist, start with good tutorials:

https://livingpianos.com/how-to-approach-debuseys-clair-de-lune/
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=UggfzEjmn-4


https://joshwrightpiano.teachable.com/p/-clair-de-lune


There are 4 by Paul Barton;
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=TL0aNitKx8k&t=604s

Hugh Song
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=M2SvmgWtQzU
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=aPRmDZzLV-g
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=bQYM3vQrv9k
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Clja8aLn-Zk







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