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39 Melodies in Easy Arrangements for Piano Duet

By Alexander Borodin Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky

Piano 4-hands Piano I, Piano II
39 Melodies in Easy Arrangements for Piano Duet. Composed by Alexander Borodin Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky. Arranged by Denes Agay. Performance score. Standard notation. 87 pages. Theodore Presser Company #410-41073. Published by Theodore Presser Company (PR.410410730).

Item Number: PR.410410730

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  • April 14, 2012 Highlights of Familiar Music Piano duets

    I was so thrilled to find the exact music my sister and I used in our elementary years of piano lessons in the late '50's and early '60's. Our original book had almost fallen apart, and we now each have a new book to bring back old memories...


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  • January 07, 2012 accessible duets of great variety

    I owned the first volume of this book as a child and loved singing the songs. I was tickled to find not only the original volume still in print but a second volume and this duet book based on them. The "detailed description" and "look inside" do not give adequate...

    information on these interesting collections. The table of contents is separated into: patriotic songs and marches, USA folk tunes, folk tunes from other lands, old favorites, dances, sacred songs, themes from standard literature, (and "novelty songs" in the two other volumes). I like these for the historical popular culture they contain and as a handy resource for standards needed occasionally. The solo books are late elementary to early intermediate level, very accessible to the casual player. The duets are probably more at the intermediate level.

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