I find myself on my own this Christmas with several days off work and time to turn to something I'll really enjoy doing. I thought I might take some time to learn Clair de Lune properly instead of dabbling at it. I won't be having another lesson until January so I don't have a chance to ask my teacher's advice, so thought I'd ask here instead:
Any thoughts, comments, suggestions about how to play this piece well? Are there any pitfalls that learners often fall into? Any Youtube performances of it that you really admire, or any that you feel don't give good interpretations of it?
Thanks in advance.