Exercices de virtuosité pour piano (Roger-Ducasse, Jean)

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Publisher. Info. Paris: A. Durand & Fils, 1910. Plate D. & F. 7442.
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Work Title Exercices de virtuosité pour piano
Alternative. Title
Composer Roger-Ducasse, Jean
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IJR 22
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 36 exercises:
  1. Liszt, Franz: Les jeux d'eaux de la villa d'Este [S.163 No.4]
  2. Les jeux d'eaux
  3. Variante
  4. Les jeux d'eaux
  5. Les jeux d'eaux
  6. Les jeux d'eaux
  7. Les jeux d'eaux
  8. Les jeux d'eaux
  9. Liszt: 12 Etudes [S.137], No.8
  10. Liszt: 12 Etudes
  11. Liszt: Rapsodie
  12. Variante
  13. Czerny, Carl: Ecole du Virtuose [Op.365 No.9] (B major)
  14. Schumann, Robert: Carnaval [Op.9]
  15. Rubinstein, Anton: 6 Etudes [Op.23], No.2 [sic]
  16. Chopin, Frédéric: Prélude [Op.28 No.14]
  17. Chopin: 4me Ballade [Op.52]
  18. Chopin: 4me Ballade
  19. Chopin: Berceuse [Op.57]
  20. Chopin: Polonaise en La [Op.53]
  21. Chopin: 2me Ballade [Op.38]
  22. Chopin: Etude en ut mineur [Op.10 No.4], 1er Cahier
  23. Chopin: Etude en sol [Op.10 No.5], 1er Cahier
  24. Chopin: Etude en ut mineur [Op.10 No.12]
  25. Chopin: Etude en ré [Op.25 No.8], 2me Cahier
  26. Chopin: Fantaisie en fa mineur [Op.49]
  27. Chopin: Fantaisie
  28. Schumann, Robert: Etudes d'après Paganini [Op.3]
  29. Balakirev, Mily: Islamey [Op.18]
  30. Variante au No.24
  31. Balakirev: Islamey
  32. Fauré, Gabriel: Thème et Variations [Op.73]
  33. Fauré: Impromptu en la [Op.34]
  34. Fauré: Impromptu en la
  35. Weber, Carl Maria von - Tchaikovsky, Pyotr: Mouvement perpetuel pour la main gauche
  36. Czerny: Ecole de la main gauche [Op.399], Etude No.2
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1909
First Publication. 1910
Dedication au Maître Louis Diémer (1843–1919) en témoignage d'admiration et de gratitude
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation Piano
Related Works Based on the following works:
1-8. Les jeux d'eaux à la Villa d'Este (No.4) from Années de pèlerinage III, S.163, by Franz Liszt
9. Presto strepitoso in C minor (No.8) from Grandes études, S.137, by Franz Liszt
13. Molto allegro in B major (No.9) from Schule des Virtuosen, Op.365, by Carl Czerny
14. Reconnaissance (No.14) from Carnaval, Op.9, by Robert Schumann
15. Allegro assai in F major (No.1) from 6 Etudes, Op.23, by Anton Rubinstein
16. Allegro in E-flat minor (No.14) from Preludes, Op.28, by Frédéric Chopin
17, 18. Ballade No.4, Op.52, by Frédéric Chopin
19. Berceuse, Op.57, by Frédéric Chopin
20. Polonaise in A-flat major, Op.53, by Frédéric Chopin
21. Ballade No.2, Op.38, by Frédéric Chopin
22. Presto in C-sharp minor (No.4) from Études, Op.10, by Frédéric Chopin
23. Vivace in G-flat major (No.5) from Études, Op.10, by Frédéric Chopin
24, 30. Allegro con fuoco in C minor (No.12) from Études, Op.10, by Frédéric Chopin
25. Vivace in D-flat major (No.8) from Études, Op.25, by Frédéric Chopin
26, 27. Fantaisie, Op.49, by Frédéric Chopin
28. Allegretto in E major (No.2) from Etudes after Paganini Caprices, Op.3, by Robert Schumann
29, 31. Islamey, Op.18, by Mily Balakirev
32. Thème et variations, Op.73, by Gabriel Fauré
33, 34. Impromptu No.3, Op.34, by Gabriel Fauré
35. Rondo (Movement 4) from Piano Sonata No.1 in C major, Op.24, by Carl Maria von Weber
36. Allegro moderato in D minor (No.2) from Die Schule der linken Hand, Op.399, by Carl Czerny