title of music in Swan lake
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I've been hunting for sheet music - I have NO ear - suitably easy for a very beginner pianist, without luck. I wish I did know more about music to understand why it is such an exhilerating piece. I guess it works up to a speedy finale. I have seen it danced by a Russian dancer in one of those head framing folk headresses on utube and it is very exciting. I play Marcelo Gomes and the Female russian dancer often and find myself dancing round the house at great speed.
You can find the Danse Russe in Dover's single-volume compilation of Tchaikovsky piano music, called "The Seasons and Other Works for Solo Piano" (including more bits from Swan Lake, such as "L'espiegle" - the variation added for Odile in the Black Swan Pas de Deux). The music isn't exactly for beginners, but it's not impossible, and you'll have a lot of fun working on it (as I have), especially as you're able to pick up more and more speed in the second section.
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