Autumn Leaves op. 29 N°1 – Vladimir REBIKOV

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Vladimir Ivanovich Rebikov was a late romantic 20th-century Russian composer and pianist.

Autumn leaves are 6 melancholic and ambivalent pieces. There are a lot of Chopin influences but also some Rachmaninov and Scriabin (the last piece). Then, jazz harmonies and fourths as always at some points. There are all beautiful, in particular the N°1 , Con tristezza.

Why are they so unknown, it is so unfair!! Of course they don’t reach a level of Rachmaninov or so, but they are very solid and modernistic pieces which deserve to be played more often.

Piano Sheet Music

Digital download.
PDF: 1 page.
Arrangement: Original.
Level: Grade 6
Price: FREE

Midi File

Midi file for educational purposes, compatible with digital pianos supporting midi files and with the Synthesia application
Separate hands
Price: £1.00

Tutorial with score

Synthesia type tutorial (without interpretation)

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