Thank you so much for your warm-hearted, generosity in making these piano practical editions freely available.
You have helped me overcome a huge mental block and achieve a lifelong desire – to play Ravel’s Ondine.
I’m a good amateur pianist and had no fear or difficulty about tackling Debussy’s Reflets dans L’Eau but I always thought Ondine was out of my league.
Your edition made me realise that trying to read the Durand edition was as great, if not greater, a barrier to learning it than the technical demands of the piece
Your helpful edition has “opened magic casements upon faery lands forlorn” and led me into a ravishing new sound world and a new level of playing that I didn’t think possible. I am very happy and very grateful. Thank you once again.
Just uploaded my edition of Pour le Piano, a rewarding task, including the little-known “Souvenir du Louvre” (Sarabande version dating from 1894). A few LH arpeggios in the Toccata have been tweaked, ironing out some awkward hand positions and the evocative central subject has been presented Alla Breve, I think for the first time. Enjoy !
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