Debussy occasionally reacted to musical trends in his compositions, as was the case with American ragtime. Aside from Golliwogg’s Cakewalk, in Children’s Corner , The little Negro is even today a standard piece in modern crossover orientated piano teaching. Debussy did actually compose the piece for a piano method, namely that of Théodore Lack, published in 1909. In 1934 the publishing house Leduc produced a single version, in which measures 22 to 54 are repeated, unlike in the first edition. The piece is not particularly difficult and is very effective.
|Dimensiones||31 × 23.5 × 0.5 cm|
|Código editor:||HN 405|