The Gymnopédies are the first compositions with which Erik Satie tried to cut himself loose from the conventional 19th century “salon music”. Print and download in PDF or MIDI Gymnopédie No For better audio Gymnopédie No.1 sheet music composed by Erik Satie – 1 of 2 pages. Download 3 Gymnopédies by Erik Satie for free from

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Your download has started. Contamine de Latour’s La Perdition by way of introduction. By this time, Satie knew Contamine personally. The anecdote of Satie introducing himself as a “gymnopaedist” in December runs as follows: We use cookies on this site to enhance your user experience By clicking any link on this page you are giving your consent for us to set cookies.

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Satie – Gymnopédie No.1 sheet music for Piano

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Uploaded on Oct 21, This is awesome, although I did notice the tempo was very slow. Does anyone know of a program that transcribes midi into sheet or anything similar?

I think that would gymno;edie the only way I could start writing. I think the slower speed makes it sound great. People are mentioning the slow tempo, without seeming to realize that they are in control of how quickly they play. Its a good arrangement just a tad bit slow though. Personally, I think it is too fast! I don’t know if any of you here play the iOs game musid “blockheads”, but it’s one of the background music in-game.


Peaceful and calm, nice piece. Could you make a piece for the violin too?

I am working on Beethoven’s symphonies, but I have no plans to transcribe pieces for solo violin as of now. May I ask how do you play a measure where there is a rest gymnopeie a note?

The rest indicates how long you eeik to wait until you play the second voice If the first voice is longer than the pause, it is thought to be hold, either with pedal or fingers, but it isn’t possible in some pieces. Pretend the rest does not exist.

3 Gymnopédies (Satie, Erik) – IMSLP/Petrucci Music Library: Free Public Domain Sheet Music

The rests are for the upper notes. The tempo should be at about Adagietto. Keep up the great work!!! I love that you kept the tempo slow, I personally think that many people when playing this song play it to fast and rush the notes. This is supposed to be a slower song that captures a bit of erkk and hope, you did this piece perfectly!

3 Gymnopédies (Satie, Erik)

I mean it does say slow and painful I am very glad you think so! Hey, I would also say I really liked it, and the same, it should be a little faster. But besides that, I would like to say I’m using your recomposition of this as a base to write a version for my band Of course I’ll credit you. Thank you for letting me know! When I play this piece, I use to play it even more slowly than the playback on this score I hope that the slow tempo emphasizes the pain which the tempo marking is indicating.


That’s totally fine, I still think you did a great job writing this! And if gymnopedei can, can you tell me how to lengthen the tie, I can change the way it looks, but can’t connect it to multiple notes, only two. I suspect you mean slurs correct me if I am wrong. Please read what is written in the handbook about this topic: I prefer Method 2.

I apologize, you are correct, slurs, I always get those two mixed up. Thank you, I didn’t know there was a manual, eatie is very useful, thank you, and have a great day!

Erik Satie – Gymnopédie No.1 sheet music for Piano download free in PDF or MIDI

This is really amazing it is! I am glad you liked it! Personally, I think the interpretation in the video is too fast.