The Piano and The Sea

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Re: The Piano and The Sea

Post by fredbucket »

HullandHellandHalifax wrote:
Baines Silverpoints.pdf
Baines Tides I.pdf
Baines Tides II.pdf
Here you are Fred, Tides by William Baines and Silverpoints also with watery pieces.
Thanks, HHH.

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Re: The Piano and The Sea

Post by crologist »

There is more:
Arensky Anton: Près de la mer, Op.52;
Novák, Vítězslav: Pan, op. 43 (piano tone poem in 5 movements - third movement is called "The Sea");
Čiurlionis, Mikalojus Konstantinas: The Sea, op. 28;
Smetana, Bedrich: On the Seashore;
Koechlin, Charles: Paysages et marines, Op.63;
Granados, Enrique: Palacio encantado en el mar — Leyenda.
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Re: The Piano and The Sea

Post by ctejada »

Good topic idea! First that comes to mind is Rosa's "Sobre las olas" ("Over the Waves") waltz. Two arrangements are already uploaded on here.
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