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Accent On Two Pianos - William Gillock
Piano duet. Intermediate to advanced level.
Four great Gillock originals arranged by the composer for 2 pianos, 4 hands. Each first piano part stands solidly as a solo work, but Gillocks creation of the second piano part enhances the music brilliantly, often unexpectedly, with layers of stunning harmonies and inner voicings. Titles: Carnival in Rio • On a Paris Boulevard • Portrait of Paris • Viennese Rondo. Includes a duplicate score insert for the second piano. April in Paris (2 Piano) - Duke Vernon
2 piano, 4 hand arrangement of the Vernon Duke classic by French pianist Eugenie Rocherolle. 2 scores provided. Intermediat level.
Ballade Op. 19 - Gabriel Fauré Bowling Duets - Kegelduette KV 487 - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart / Reiner Wehle
Mozart's Kegelduette owe their name to a handed-down anecdote according to which the duets were composed during a bowling game. Originally written for two basset horns, the work became later known in the clarinet version. Our new edition has been designed for beginner and intermediate clarinettists. Difficult pitches have been provided with suggestions for transposition by the editor, thus making both parts easy to play even for inexperienced players. The duets are ideal as additional chamber music pieces for beginners and can be played by teacher and pupil or by two pupils at the same level. A valuable addition to teaching and performance repertoire.
Content Allegro Menuetto (Alegretto) Andante Polonaise Larghetto Menuetto Adagio Allegro Menuetto Andante Menuetto Allegro Concertino In Dance Styles - Melody Bober
2 Pianos, 4 hands. Solo with piano accompaniment (two copies required for performance).
Concertino in Dance Styles is a work in three movements that highlights skills in articulations, dynamics, tempo, and mood. From the joyous first movement to the mysterious second movement, followed by a delightful jig for the third movement, this piece provides unique technical challenges, harmonic variety, and stylistic moods. The second piano part can be played by a teacher, older sibling, parent, or grandparent---making this piece a recital showstopper! Movements: Festive Dance - Shadow Waltz - Celtic Jig. Concerto for Harpsichord and Strings No. 2 E Major BWV 1053 - Johann Sebastian Bach / Werner Breig
Piano reduction, harpsichord and piano.
All eight concertos [BA 5224-BA 5231] are presented in piano reductions with separate orchestra parts. Not only is the piano reduction suitable for conducting from the harpsichord, it also enables the works to be played on two harpsichords. All of Bach’s solo harpsichord concertos are now available with the “ Urtext ” of the New Bach Edition. Concerto for Harpsichord and Strings No. 4 A Major BWV 1055 - Johann Sebastian Bach / Werner Breig
Piano reduction, Harpsichord (piano) and piano. Urtext edition.
All eight concertos [BA 5224-BA 5231] are presented in piano reductions with separate orchestra parts. Not only is the piano reduction suitable for conducting from the harpsichord, it also enables the works to be played on two harpsichords. All of Bach’s solo harpsichord concertos are now available with the “ Urtext ” of the New Bach Edition. Concerto for Piano Op. 38 - 2 Pianos - Samuel Barber
Two pianos, advanced level.
Available here is a Two Piano Score of Samuel Barber's Piano Concerto Op.38, with solo Piano and Piano reduction of the orchestral score. The Concerto had its first performance on 24th September 1962 during the opening week of the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts at Philharmonic Hall in New York, USA. The work was performed by the Boston Symphony under the direction of Erich Leinsdorf with John Browning as the soloist. Playing time: approximately 26 minutes. Please note: two scores needed to perform. Concerto for Pianoforte and Orchestra No. 1 C Major Opus 15 - Piano Reduction with Separate Solo Part - Ludwig van Beethoven / Jonathan Del Mar
Urtext edition, piano and orchestra.
New findings in Beethoven’s first piano concerto The Bärenreiter editor and Beethoven expert Jonathan Del Mar who has received international acclaim for his highly successful editions of Beethoven’s works now turns his focus on the piano concertos. In the Piano Concerto No. 1 in C major op. 15, Del Mar has found no less than 17 corrections in Beethoven’s autograph which were made after the work was published. These have been brought to light in this new Bärenreiter edition. A detailed critical commentary documents all the sources and findings made by the editor. This new critical edition sets the highest scholarly standards without losing sight of the needs of modern performers. - Urtext edition reflecting the latest musicological research - Includes Beethoven’s cadenzas - Piano reduction with a separate solo piano part Concerto for Pianoforte and Orchestra No. 3 C minor Op. 37 - Piano Reduction - Ludwig van Beethoven / Jonathan Del Mar, Martin Schelhaas
Score, urtext edition. Piano (2).
Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 3 is the only concerto where no authentic manuscript exists for the solo part. The autograph of the score is available whereby the articulation, dynamics and pedal markings are for the most part absent. However, Beethoven oversaw the first printed edition of the solo part (1804) with great diligence. Plate corrections bear witness to the care with which Beethoven placed slurs and pedal markings in order to be consistent and unambiguous. By means of a thorough examination of the sources this new Urtext edition presents many corrections in terms of articulation, dynamics and notes. In particular, the orchestral parts have been corrected for the first time since Beethoven’s lifetime. • Urtext edition reflecting the latest musicological research • With many corrections in the solo part and orchestral parts • Piano reduction with a separate solo piano part • A must for pianists, orchestras and Beethoven scholars Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra Op. 88a - Max Bruch
Piano reduction for 3 pianos. Advanced to difficult level. Score.
Max Bruch wrote his Concerto for two pianos in 1912 for an American piano duo, who only ever performed a cut down version. It was not until 1976 that the original version was released. The piano reduction by Wilhelm Brückner-Rüggeberg is now available in this new edition and is also available with additional separate solo parts for both piano parts. Bruch's pianistic, powerful late arrival reflects echoes of Bach and Brahms. Solo parts see ref. 100041. Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra Op. 88a - Max Bruch
Set of solo parts. Advanced to difficult level. Score.
Max Bruch wrote his Concerto for two pianos in 1912 for an American piano duo, who only ever performed a cut down version. It was not until 1976 that the original version was released. The piano reduction by Wilhelm Brückner-Rüggeberg is now available in this new edition and is also available with additional separate solo parts for both piano parts. Bruch's pianistic, powerful late arrival reflects echoes of Bach and Brahms. Score see ref. 100040, Concerto No. 21 in C major KV 467 - W.A. Mozart
Piano and ochestra, edition for 2 pianos.
Concerto No. 25 in C major KV 503 - W.A. Mozart
Piano And Ochestra, Edition for 2 Pianos.
Concerto No. 3 in C Minor Op. 37 - Ludwig van Beethoven/ Theodor Kullak
Two pianos Four Hands, Piano Reduction. Advanced level.
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