Taken from Antonio Vivaldi's "The Four Seasons" violin concerto (composed in 1723), this piece has been arranged for a 1 piano, 4 hands duet . It's also fun to play on a synthesizer, using the strings and orchestra settings to give it more of an "authentic" sound.
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 duet has an easy, upbeat rhythm in the secondo and a casual, relaxed melody in the primo that blend together for a very fun experience. It just might put you in the mood for a pineapple slush!
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 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 familiar hymn has been arranged as a duet. The primo is on a beginner's level and the secondo is intermediate-- for teacher, parent, or older sibling.
This traditional folk song is arranged for 1 piano / 4 hands on a beginning level. The ending has a "double cross-over" with both the primo and secondo reaching out of position for their last note. This is a fun, first piano duet for beginners to learn.