Pavane (Pour Une Infante Defunte) for String Orchestra (Grade 1.5)
Maurice Ravel (1875-1937) is
widely considered one of most important composers of the early 20th
century. His Pavane was written in 1899 and orchestrated in 1910. It was
dedicated to the Princesses Edmond de Polignac, formerly Winnaretta
Singer, who inherited the fortune that her father had accumulated from
his sewing machine business. Pavane was first performed as an orchestral
work in London in 1911 and still remains one of Ravel's most popular
Title: Pavane (Pour Une Infante Defunte) for String Orchestra (Grade 1.5), By Ravel, Maurice, Edited by Michael Story, Published by Alfred Publishing Co., Inc., Item number: 25055
Cinq pieces enfantines (Five Children's pieces) from Ma Mere L'oye (Mother Goose) for cello and piano by Maurice Ravel. Transcribed for cello by Mark Fish.
I. Pavane de la Belle au bois dormant (Pavane of Sleeping Beauty)
II. Petit Poucet (Little Tom Thumb)
III. Laideronnette, imperatrice des Pagodes (Little Ugly Girl, Empress of the Pagodas)
IV. Les Entretiens de la Belle et de la Bete (Conversation of Beauty and the Beast)
V. Le Jardin feerique (The Fairy Garden)
The first Urtext edition of Ravel's masterwork! This new critical edition is based on Ravel's original autograph and includes corrections of numerous errors to the first edition. Also includes a forward, facsimile pages and critical commentary.
The editor Juliette Appold , traces the quartet's inception and documents its first performance and the reactions to it from none other than Fauré and Debussy. Also addressed are later performances of the work under the supervision of Ravel, the early recordings made under Ravel?s auspices and the first publication by Astruc .
This first ever critical edition of Ravel?s quartet relies not only on the Astruc edition and its proofs, corrected and altered by the composer, but also on the revised edition issued by Durand in 1910.
Le Tombeau de Couperin for Violin, Cello, and Piano by Maurice Ravel. The piece was originally written for piano in 1917 and was orchestrated for full orchestra in 1919. This edition is arranged for piano trio by Matthew van Brink.