Claude Debussy: Danse (Tarantelle styrienne)

Claude Debussy

Danse (Tarantelle styrienne)

arranged for organ by Thierry Hirsch


Debussy’s "Danse" (Tarantelle styrienne), originally for piano and orchestrated by Ravel, is also extremely well suited to performance on the organ. This is shown in this arrangement which has been successfully performed in concerts in several countries by renowned organists. It is now being published in time for the Debussy anniversary year in 2018. The arrangement shows this powerful and spirited "Danse", with its typical syncopated rhythms, to its best advantage. The great range of colors offers performers plenty of opportunity for artistic display. The registration markings are intended as suggestions and can easily be adapted to suit different instruments.

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full score

20 pages, 23 x 32 cm, paperback
EUR21,00 / copies

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Thierry Hirsch Personal details


Thierry Hirsch Personal details


Claude Debussy Personal details

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