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Famous & Fun Pop Duets, Book 1
7 Duets for One Piano, Four Hands Sheet Music Book
By Carol Matz

Piano - Early Elementary
Book 1. 7 Duets for One Piano, Four Hands. Composed by Carol Matz. Duet or Duo; Piano Duet (1 Piano, 4 Hands); Solo Small Ensembles. Famous & Fun. Movie; Pop; Radio; TV. Book. 24 pages. Alfred Music #00-27705. Published by Alfred Music (AP.27705).

Item Number: AP.27705

ISBN 9780739045817. English.

Famous & Fun Pop Duets, Book 1, contains carefully selected popular hits from movies, radio and television. The duets are arranged in equal parts for elementary to late-elementary pianists, and are written for one piano, four hands. Additionally, the melody often shifts between primo and secondo, creating interesting parts for both players. No eighth notes or dotted-quarter rhythms are used.

About Alfred's Famous & Fun

The Famous and Fun Series provides valuable supplementary material that has been carefully selected for student appeal. These effective and enjoyable arrangements are accurately leveled, and are designed to supplement any piano method and provide motivating recital material.

  • If I Only Had A Brain 
  • Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polkadot Bikini 
  • The James Bond Theme 
  • Mairzy Doats 
  • (Meet) The Flintstones 
  • The Rose 
  • Yo Ho (A Pirate's Life For Me) 

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  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Nyack NY
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • March 18, 2012 Famous & Fun Pop Duets Book 1

    I like having my students do duets mainly because I have trouble getting them to count aloud so that the keep the correct time and with duets they have to count so that their partner knows when to come in and holding the notes for the correct time. In Famous...

    & Fun Pop Duets, what I liked a lot was the fact the the melody shifted from the right had to the left hand throughout the pieces so that the left hand person could have some of the melod on their side as well, which is quite different from the norm. My students are elementary to early intermediate.

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