Debussy; arr. Dominique Piana, Ballade for Violin, Cello and Harp
Ballade is one of Claude Debussy's earliest piano pieces, originally entitled Ballade russe. The piano music of Debussy (1862-1918), in both its fluidity and its tonal space, is uniquely suited to the timbre of the harp.
Inspired by its haunting melodic qualities, coupled with some very harp-like writing, harpist Dominique Piana chose to transcribe it for violin, cello and harp, on the occasion of a French-themed concert by her chamber group, the Pleasanton Chamber Players. This transcription provides another opportunity for highly refined collaborative work to lovers of the "Debussy sound."
For the intermediate-advanced pedal harpist.
Includes score and parts for each instrument.
Score is 13 pages.