“Idylle” from ‘Romance sans paroles’
Marguerite Lynn Williams has transcribed Cécile Chaminade’s “Idylle” from Romance sans paroles for solo pedal harp. Chaminade (1857–1944) was a prolific composer who published more than four hundred pieces over her eighty-six years. Says Williams, “An ‘idylle’ is a term in poetry used to describe a romantic episode, and this solo evokes a happy, romantic, and hopeful time.”
This piece is available as a PDF download for $6.00.
Length: 5 pgs.