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Piano Concerto No. 1

2 Pianos, 4-Hands
Composed by Keith Emerson. Arranged by Daniel Dorff. Standard notation. Duration 19 minutes. Lead Choice #490-01001. Published by Lead Choice (PR.490010010).

Item Number: PR.490010010
ISBN 0934009848. With Standard notation.

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  • 5

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  • February 07, 2008 EXCELLENT

    The music, I already knew, is fantastic. The book is very nice and perfect.

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  • November 08, 2005 Quick review

    Simply a beutiful piece that proves the genial composer EMERSON is. I hope that a musicologist will make an analysis of that.

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  • 5

    Crystal Lake, IL
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  • August 04, 2004 Beyond advanced, but amazing music...

    This is the concerto featured on Works Volume 1 by Emerson Lake and Palmer, where each group member had an album side to play with. Keith of course chose his first piano concerto as his whole album side. I have also heard this piece on a few different classical music...

    radio stations, much to my surprise and pleasure. It is simply an incredible piece. And the transcription is 100% accurate, at least for the solo part. The orchestra part is a reduction, and it's playable by one person, so of course it's missing some parts. Caution- there are no fingerings in the piece, so you'll have to go slow and figure them out, and write them in for consistency.

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