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This piece was written for my daughter during its learning of the piano. It is necessary to prick the left hand and to bind only tongs to the right. For the measures 9-14, it is necessary to transform the rhythm tongs to the right into double-pointed tongs.


Sad blues

This piece was originally written for the singer Eddy, native of DOM-TOM, and intended for a spectacle of the troop "illicit dance" of the choreographer Saint-Quentinois Olaf Sibi. The piece became more jazzy with Fabienne and Caroline, then very "blues in Tom Waits" with Nicolas and its group "Les gentlemen". Recently, it is the music which will be of use as base to a work of the pupils of the school "Les Molières" in Essarts le Roi, so that they write in group their own song. In the measures 41-44, transform tongs into double-pointed tongs for more rhythm. Highlight the superior note of the agreements of the right hand (theme) and the thumb of the right hand in the measures 25 in 40.


BACH Johann -Sebastian

BACH Johann -Sebastian

Symbol of the baroque era, he exerted a major influence on all Western music. He was an accomplished musician, mastering all aspects of the music of his time. However, he was forget after his death and rediscovered from the 19th century and extensively studied by the Romantics.

Today, Johann Sebastian Bach is unquestionably the greatest composer of Baroque style and one of the most important musicians of all time.



Baroque style is originally from Italy, mainly in cities of Rome, Venice, Mantua and Florence between 16th and 17th century. It was affected the whole of Europe.

Its many decorations, its dramatic tensions and sometimes pompous exuberance was extended up to music and inspire sculpture, painting, literature and architecture.

The term "Baroque" may still be used, usually pejoratively, it signify something which have excessive ornamentation or complexity.