Les portraits de piano: Le vieux chêne
"The Old Oak"
Down stems indicate notes played by the left hand (m.s.), up stems by the right hand (m.d.). Although most runs and arpeggios could be played with one hand, crossing hands increases the fun-ness of the piece. Be careful at the time signature switch (4/4 to 6/8 and vice versa) and also make sure to change tempos as smoothly as possible.
"largement" = broadly; "legerement" = lightly; "au meme tempo, mais plus reflechie" = at the same tempo, but more reflective; "comme la 1o" = like the beginning
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