This Classical Sheet Music is the Gnossienne No.1 by Erik Satie. This is the first of six Gnossiennes by the composer. Inspired by certain melodies played and. The Gnossiennes are several piano compositions written by the French composer Erik Satie in the late 19th century. The works are for the most. Print and download in PDF or MIDI Gnossienne No. 1 – Erik Satie. Made by marsalsa.

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Both of these operations require you to click on the specified object before pressing the respective keys. Satie used many novel names for his compositions vexations, croquis et agaceries and so on.

Several archeological sheeet relating to that theme were famously excavated around the time that Satie composed the Gnossiennes. It is not certain that this qualification comes from Satie himself — the sarabande and the Gymnopaedia were at least historically known as dances. Mostly because the composer did so. Gnossienne, however, was a word that did not exist before Satie used it as a title for a composition.


Was this review helpful? Editor Gnkssienne Klemm I would say this is a relatively easy piece to play. OK, I agree No, give me more info. Annotate this sheet music. Several archeological sites relating to that theme were famously excavated around the time that Satie composed the Gnossiennes.

Thanks so much for posting this! Collections of bernard-dewagtere Choral works. Performers Carl Banner, piano. This piece is drik, so simple and so beautiful.

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From what I remember, I learned this composition by heart in just a few hours. Gnossiennes Piano solo [Sheet music] G.


Pseudo This is your nickname on free-scores. To omit the barlines you press V. I noticed two typos in the French indications: Satie had and would use many novel names for his compositions “vexations”, “croquis et agaceries” and so on.

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Gnossienne No. 1

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The facsimile print of the 2nd Gnossienne contained a dedication to Antoine de La Rochefoucauld, not repeated in the print. I printed it out and had a lot of fun playing it: However, some published versions claim that gnoasienne word derives from Cretan “knossos” or “gnossus” and link the Gnossiennes to Theseus, Ariadne and the Minotaur myth. Due to many repetitions, there is not that much to memorise either.