Clair De Lune Notes Letters
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“Claire de Lune” is an iconic piece for piano. It’s beautiful, recognizable, and oh so cool. The original sheet music for “Claire de Lune” by Claude Debussy isn’t easy, so we’ve created an easy version that anyone, even beginners, can share in the joy of this wonder. a piece
Clair De Lune Notes Letters
Watch our video tutorial for a step-by-step guide on how to play “Claire de Lune” and continue reading for some tips and tricks.
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Look for more connections in this piece! A tie means that notes “tied together” are held for the full duration of all notes tied. There are several moments in this song where you hold the notes and “save them for later.”
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Also look for clefs changes throughout the sheet music! For example, in the beginning, we use the treble clef for both the right and left hand. The piece starts very high, so it’s very easy to read everything in treble clef.
However, we return to the bass clef in measure 13. Things return to treble clef in the final two measures!
Clair De Lune Easy Elementary Piano Sheet Music Ebook By Claude Debussy
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There aren’t pedals everywhere, though, because ties mimic what a pedal does by holding those strings. However, I personally pedal throughout the song 🤭! I think it sounds extra beautiful 💖
📜🎹 Piece of history! “Claire de Lune” is the third of a suite of piano pieces (Suite Bergamasque). Although “Claire de Lune” is famous for being an “impressionist” piece, Debussy did not like the impressionist label. He was actually inspired by the Baroque French music of the 17th and 18th centuries.
So don’t be afraid to let your dramatic side fly! There are dynamic symbols to help you out, and if you’re new to musical terms, here’s what they mean:
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At the end of the day, play this piece in a way that feels right for you! If you want to pedal a lot, great. If you don’t want to pedal, that’s fine too.
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