This duet, written for 1 piano, 4 hands, is in the style of the Grand Waltz from the Romantic Era. Polyphonic at times, it has some surprising sounds as the familiar tune weaves its way from beginning to end. It is a fun piece for students to play and perform.
This 17th century English carol is arranged for 1 piano/4 hands.
This duet moves along in a breezy 3/4 rhythm. It has a carefree melody that alternates from primo to secondo, giving interest to both parts.
This folk song has been arranged for 1 piano, 4 hands. It is written in the Key of E flat Major.
This arrangement, taken from an English folk song, is written for 1 piano, 4 hands. The beautiful, familiar melody alternates from secondo to primo throughout the piece.
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.