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Chanson, composed by Rick Robertson, is an early intermediate-level lyrical solo. With its haunting melody and interesting harmonic turns this piece is useful for recitals, weddings, or church services.
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Chanson by Rick Robertson

  • Style: Contemporary Lyrical Solo

  • Correlates to Piano Pronto method books: Movement 4 & up

  • Level: Early Intermediates & up

  • Tonal center: A minor

  • Teaching Concepts: Melodic shaping; balance between the hands; French slur

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Composer: Rick Robertson
Tonal Center: A minor
Genre(s): Classical, Contemporary Lyrical
Instrumentation: Piano Solo
In a collection: Kaleidoscope Vol 2
Level: Early Intermediate, Intermediate
Medium: Sheet Music
Method Book Match: Movement 4, Movement 5, Finale


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I love the hauntingly beautiful melody!

This piece is beautiful! When I listened to it, the sound was so full and mature, but somehow you've managed to create a piece that is accessible for many of my students.

Beautiful! I can't wait to use it!

Chanson is a beautifully written piece - the intriguing melody has some nice 'surprises' woven into it - a lovely piece to play! I know a student who will love to play this!

I love this piece. I can't play it just one time! The melody is beautiful and makes think me of Debussy and Ravel. The harmonic structure is beautiful. I will be playing this as the prelude in church this week.

I love this piece. It is so expressive and elegant. My students are going to love working on this one. I will use this piece to help my students who play mechanically and lack warmth in their playing. Thank you!