This is a simplified arrangement of Robert Schumann's first piece from "Scenes from Childhood" Opus 15. It is written in the key of C Major, in 3/4 time (the original key signature was G Major, with a 2/4 time signature that used triplets).
This duet is for 2 pianos, 4 hands. The first part is taken from a lively dance tune written by Haydn centuries ago, with the second part playing a new, original melody that compliments the first. Students will have fun as they learn each part separately, then perform them together at recitals.
This duet is an arrangement of the Musette in D Major taken from the Anna Magdalena Notebook. It stays true to the original, with a few fun additions.
The primo for this duet is the original Gigue by Telemann. It has been partnered by a second piano part.
Beethoven's familiar piano solo has been partnered with a second piano for fun and variety. The second part is keeping with the character of the original piece. It is suggested to play the first part through as a solo then adding the second piano for the duet.
This short piece, written by Beethoven, has been partnered with a second piano part on the same level as the original. You can print only the original piece to be used as a solo, or both parts for an interesting two-piano duet.
This is an arrangement of the Mendelssohn Opus 53, No. 3 piece in the key of G Minor. It has been simplified for students who are playing on a level 5-6. While it is not recommended for competitions or festivals, it is a fun piece to learn for recitals or as an introduction to the original solo.