Trois Mouvements Perpetuels
The Trois Mouvements perpétuels were composed in 1918 and premiered the following year by Ricardo Viñes, Poulenc's former piano teacher. These 3 short pieces owe much to Satie's Gymnopédies and are imbued with influences of French harpsichord music from the 18th century.
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