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Sonatine Bureaucratique
also called "Bureaucratic sonatina" is a piano composition by Erik Satie

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  1. that spoofs the Sonatina Op. 36 N° 1 by Muzio Clementi

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    created by user picturefactobot on March 30, 2009
  2. Satie's sonatina, even shorter than Clementi's example, was composed July 1917, and published the same year

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  3. The composition is in three small-scale movements, of which the last one exposes some pseudo-development

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  4. the motifs of the first half of that movement are re-arranged in another sequence by way of "development section", or rather as the imitation of development

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  5. From a formal point of view the sonatina is however Satie's most outspoken neoclassical composition

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  6. one of the exceptional piano compositions he wrote down with bar lines, which he probably would not have done if not for making an explicit reference to classicism

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