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  1. Donos
    About "Golliwogg's cake walk" High quality Digital sheet music for piano, from Children's Corner. Publisher: Virtual Sheet Music This item includes: PDF (digital sheet music to download and print), Interactive Sheet Music (for online playing, transposition and printing), MIDI and Mp3 audio files* Once you buy or access this item as a Member, you'll be able to download everything included as a /5(3).
  2. Dujora
    Jul 26,  · Children's Corner is a suite for solo piano by Claude Debussy, completed in It is dedicated to Debussy's daughter, Claude-Emma (known as “Chou-Chou”), who was three years old at the time. The pieces are not intended to be played by children; rather they .
  3. Zulkishura
    About 'Golliwoggs Cakewalk from Childrens Corner' Artist: Debussy, Claude (sheet music) Born: , St Germain-en-Laye Died: , Paris The Artist: Among the most important 20th century composers, and the most influential. Often dubbed a musical impressionist, but his .
  4. Nishicage
    Genre/Form: Excerpts: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Debussy, Claude, Golliwogg's cake-walk. Paris: Durand, © (OCoLC)
  5. Telar
    from Debussy’s Children’s Corner Suite. He dedicated the suite to his daughter Emma (also known as Chou-Chou, a French term of endearment that also means “darling”). Debussy used English for the title of each movement because Emma’s governess was English. A “golliwog” is a type of English doll, and the.
  6. Nizuru
    Golliwogs Cakewalk is a piece depicting a ragtime dance by a much loved, long legged, soft toy so beloved by children. This version is arranged for Clarinet and Piano. By (Achille) Claude Debussy: Sheet music for: Clarinet classical sheet music digital download.
  7. Tonos
    Children's Corner - L Instrumentations: PIANO › Piano solo (5) Original VIOLIN - FIDDLE › String Quartet (6) Golliwog's Cake-walk from Children's Corner Claude Debussy. LIKE. SHARE. PLAYLIST petite suite pour piano seul (33 sheet music) Added by FS the
  8. Jusho
    Children's Corner was written for Debussy's three-year-old daughter, Claude-Emma (nicknamed "Chou-Chou"), and bears the following dedication: "to my dear Chou-Chou, with the tender apologies of her father for what is to follow." The composer's sentiments were presumably an acknowledgement of the inevitable loss of innocence that comes with growing up, but his words take on a darker, more.

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