The first and third were published in and the second in The work's unusual title comes from the French form of gymnopaedia , the ancient Greek word for an annual festival where young men danced naked — or perhaps simply unarmed. The source of the title has been a subject of debate. Slanting and shadow-cutting a bursting stream Trickled in gusts of gold on the shiny flagstone Where the amber atoms in the fire gleaming Mingled their sarabande with the gymnopaedia. However, it remains uncertain whether the poem was composed before the music. These short, atmospheric pieces are written in 3 4 time, with each sharing a common theme and structure.
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Editor Eberhardt Klemm Plate E. Editor Pierre Gouin - Contact. Urtext according to the original edition. Editor Myscha Butt. Pub lisher. Composer's Manuscript.
Editor Evin Robertson. Mutopia Project, Arranger Rob Saman. Arranger Bernd Goldau. Arranger Orfeo Mandozzi. Arranger Claude Debussy , orchestrator. Paris: E. Editing: re-sampled to dpi, converted to black and white tif files, de-skewed, and set uniform margins. Arranger Farid Zehar. Arranger Kees Schoonenbeek.
It's not all Deburry, I've added an own variation. Arranger Elaine Fine. Arranger Ezequiel Diz. Arranger Mitchell Kriegler. Arranger Michel Rondeau. Arranger Matthieu Jacquot. Arranger Joshua Chandra. Arranger Albert Stoessel New York: Carl Fischer , Plate B.
This file is part of the Sibley Mirroring Project. Early 20th century.
Erik Satie: Gymnopédies
3 Gymnopédies (Satie, Erik)