Paul de Senneville composed the piece as a tribute to his newborn daughter, Adeline. The French trumpeter Jean-Claude Borelly recorded his version in the early s, which used the same instrumental backing track as the original recording. Richard Clayderman performed a duet of the track with guitarist Francis Goya in , and it was released on their studio album, Together. Again this recording used the original backing track.
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Paul de Senneville composed the piece as a tribute to his newborn daughter, Adeline. The French trumpeter Jean-Claude Borelly recorded his version in the early s, which used the same instrumental backing track as the original recording. Richard Clayderman performed a duet of the track with guitarist Francis Goya in , and it was released on their studio album, Together. Again this recording used the original backing track. A new version of this piece was released on the Richard Clayderman studio album A Thousand Winds in to celebrate 30 years since the original release of "Ballade Pour Adeline".
Clayderman was accompanied by a new string arrangement by Olivier Toussaint. We made our decision very quickly". It was called "Ballade pour Adeline". We could not imagine that it would be so big".
Originally composed for piano solo. The Clayderman recording features an accompaniment consisting of strings , bass guitar, and drums. This tune has sometimes been attempted on the guitar too. The introduction mainly uses arpeggios to create the water imagery. The crescendo and decrescendo contribute to the contour of the piece. Lastly, the usage of semiquavers in the introduction quickens the pace of the piece, making it smooth and flow-like. Here the composer used the change in dynamics to emphasize the difference between antecedent and consequent phrase.
Again, here the composer used semiquavers to add in different styles. In B again, the dreamy effect is emphasized with the introduction of the semiquavers. In bar 11, it starts from F and makes it way down by step. It creates direction both in the piece as well as in the phrase. Furthermore, it seems to be anticipating a climax. In bar 12, the descending tone is "quicken" as we can see a rapid decrease E-D-C-B in the right hand.
This E-D-C-B phrase seems to be a little "extra" as the melody then goes back to E and continued with its original rate of movement downwards. Finally, the direction of the piece swings upwards into a full swing.
It moved 3 octaves progressively within 2 bars and moved from G to G. The melody is accompanied by alternate accent on G and D in the left hand. The difference in its dynamics from p to ff as well as bring an octave higher than in A. The range of G has also expended to include more notes and add volume to C. See also list of number-one singles of Spain. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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