Une Improvisation Opus 12b No. 1 in E♭ Major

Uploaded on Nov 25, 2018

Une Improvisation Opus 12b No. 1 in E♭ Major comes from a set of three improvisations for piano composed by Charles-Valentin Alkan in 1833 and was dedicated to Madame Cottin de Guibeville.

alkan piano op. op opus 12b no. no 1 ess es e flat e-flat major minor dur moll prestissimo une improvisation trois improvisations dans le style brillant

Pages 5
Duration 01:39
Measures 215
Key signature 3 flats
Parts 1
Part names Piano
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How did even uploaded that? That might take a while
I spent merely a couple of minutes to uploading it. Transcribing it, though, required a couple of days.
I’m creating a marching band show about the history of music and I need a a classical piece as an opener. Any ideas?
I have 582 suggestions ;) I do not know how you are arranging it. If there is a chronological order, you should find a composition by an early composer. If that is not the case, what about using the Finale from the William Tell Overture by Rossini? As far as I know, this is one of the most recognisable compositions.
I don't know if this could be possible, but do you think you could make the entire Rach 3 or Rach 2. I know it's an unbelievably large project but if you did then I think you would be the best creator here. If Rach 3 is not possible than maybe some of the studies by Amedee Mereaux? Keep up the great work.
I have wanted to transcribe Rachmaninoff's 2nd and 3rd Piano Concertos for a long time. I hope I will have time to finish them some time. Currently, I am working on Beethoven's Symphonies.
Good luck with that. They are truly incredible masterpieces. I like Beethoven's Symphonies but Rachmaninoff's 2nd and 3rd Piano Concertos are my favorite of all time. Hope to see them some time in the near future.
That's a very nice piece of Alkan, Thanks for posting! Also, I'm not sure, but did you see my comment? https://musescore.com/classicman/scores/116128#comment-5043603
I am glad you liked it! I had not seen your other comment until now, but I have just answered that one as well.