Piano accompaniment backing tracks
Chausson wrote his Poeme in 1896 for violin and orchestra, and it has become his most famous composition and a staple part of the romantic violin repertoire. It is a substantial single movement work, lasting around 16 minutes in duration. Here you can purchase and download the (transcribed) piano parts to play along to, recorded by a professional accompanist.
Bars 33-50: click-beats at the start of these bars are used to indicate the pulse when piano is silent
Bars 65-90: click-beats used to indicate start of these bars. In the first of these bars these are three clicks, and then just a single click beat is used in the next bars.