All Things Bright and Beautiful (Easy Piano Duet; 1 Piano, 4 Hands)
Piano Duet - Easy/Beginner
Composed by Cecil Frances Alexander (1823-1895). Arranged by Sharon Wilson. Christian, Sacred, Folk, Children's Music. Score, Set of Parts. 7 pages. Published by Sharon Wilson (S0.17052).
Item Number: S0.17052
This easy 1 piano, 4-hands duet is arranged for a beginning student to play the PRIMO while the teacher or an intermediate student plays the SECONDO. All notes in the PRIMO are played singly with the hands in one position centered around middle C and then played one octave higher. The upbeat folk tune known as ROYAL OAK paired with the cheerful words by Cecil F. Alexander make this piece fun to learn and suitable for a first performance in a church setting or for a recital. The purchase price includes a 3 page score with combined PRIMO and SECONDO parts on each page (as shown in the preview) plus an alternate format with the PRIMO and SECONDO parts on separate pages (2 pages each).
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