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“Before I compose a piece, I walk around it several times, accompanied by myself.” Erik Satie

Erik Satie French Composer-- some of the most fabulous music I've ever heard!!!

Je Te Veux (Satie) | Free Sheet Music for Piano

Frederic Chopin : Nocturne No.20 in C# minor (Opus Post.) for piano solo - sheet music, midi & mp3 files. Only 18 of Chopin's Nocturnes were published during his life. This piece wasn't originally labelled as a Nocturne, but it has all the hallmarks of the form so it was called Nocturne No.20 when published after Chopin's death.--my favorite classical piece! Wish I were that good.

  • Farshid Ghavanini

    I'm sure u can play it, it's very easy to play. Just play it, u can do it gal ;)

Anche il silenzio si trasforma in note, percepite dai sensi degli ascoltatori più attenti.

Erik Satie (1866 - 1925) was a French composer and pianist. Satie was a colourful figure in the early 20th century Parisian avant-garde. His work was a precursor to later artistic movements such as minimalism, repetitive music, and the Theatre of the Absurd. Satie was introduced as a "gymnopedist" in 1887, shortly before writing his most famous compositions, the Gymnopédies.

The Norfolk Chamber Consort concludes its 44th season with "Great Poles," a program featuring music by three great Polish composers: Fryderyk Chopin, Karol Szymanowski and Witold Lutoslawski. April 15th, 2013 @7:30pm, Chandler Recital Hall in the Diehn Fine and Performing Arts Center, Old Dominion University Elkhorn Avenue and 49th Street Norfolk, VA 23529

Sergei Prokofiev. “When the Second World War broke out, I felt that everyone must do his share, and began composing songs and marches for the front. But soon events assumed such gigantic and far-reaching scope as to demand larger canvasses.”

Rachmaninoff was undoubtedly one of the greatest composers to ever live and I will always enjoy playing his music.

Picture of Beethoven conducting. Like Bach and Mozart, another indispensable figure in the history of music. I often think of Bach, Beethoven and Mozart as the "Big Three"... just like GM, Ford and Chrysler used to be. Beethoven went deaf and apparently kept trying to conduct until it became painfully obvious that it just wasn't happening any more. Sad. What a great, emotionally rich composer.