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Valse melancolique VIII-le desir eternel -played by Carlos Márquez- 1st prize in Free-Scores contest

Stephan Beneking on January 01, 2013 13:48

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    The other Valses Melancoliques (series 1) you find on this playlist:
    "Valse melancolique No. VIII - le desir eternel" won the 1st prize in Free-Scores Piano Solo Classic contest 2013!
    I would like to express my sincere thanks to all supporters and especially to Carlos Márquez, without whose fantastic interpretation this success had never been possible!

    Please support our music - buy an Album! Thank you!

    Album with all 10 Valses Melancoliques played by Carlos Márquez on iTunes:

    Physical CD for 11.99 USD available with all 10 Valses Melancoliques played by Carlos Marquez!

    Or listen to this Spotify playlist with 22 Valses Melancoliques: 1st series of 10 Valses (played by Carlos Márquez) and the 2nd series of Valses (played by Danaë Xanthe Vlasse):

    You can also listen to all Albums on Spotify in this 5 hour playlist of pure neoclassical piano music here:

    This valse as "Sheet music video" on my YouTube channel:

    The booklet with all scores / sheetmusic of this series you find for free download here:

    Picture: Susanne Kühne, Berlin, "Kleine Tänzerin", 2012
    I immediately fell in love with the "Kleine Tänzerin" (little dancer, la petite danseuse) by Berlin paintress Susanne Kühne and composed a couple of Valses melancoliques after I had seen the painting.


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