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Grand Duets for Piano, Book 5

7 Intermediate Pieces for One Piano, Four Hands

Piano - Intermediate
7 Intermediate Pieces for One Piano, Four Hands. Duet or Duo; Piano Duet (1 Piano, 4 Hands); Solo Small Ensembles. Grand Duets for Piano. Children. Book. 40 pages. Alfred Music #00-37114. Published by Alfred Music (AP.37114).

Item Number: AP.37114

ISBN 0739077325. English. Melody Bober.

The thrill of making music with a friend or teacher is captured in this new series of duets. Written for pianists at the intermediate level, the pieces in this collection are designed to help students progress technically and musically. A variety of keys, styles, meters, and tempos are featured. Both primo and secondo parts are equal in difficulty. Titles: Dramatic Dance * Lakeside Dreams * Pelican Rag * Sea Voyage * Song of Autumn * Too Cool * A Winter Tale.

"This book is a 'must have' if you incorporate ensemble music in your studio! Excellent recital music!"
- Progressions magazine
"These are pieces to appeal to all ages. The complete series contains a wealth of collaborative musical experience and could well provide colorful material for an entire recital on its own."
--Clavier Companion.

  • Dramatic Dance 
  • Lakeside Dreams 
  • Pelican Rag 
  • Sea Voyage 
  • Song of Autumn 
  • Too Cool 
  • A Winter Tale 
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

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  • 2016-04-14 17:03:07.0 Grand duets for piano book 5

    Fun, interesting, love these duets!

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  • 3

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  • 2012-09-20 00:00:00.0 Are we blind.

    For the difficulty level these are fun pieces to play and have interest in both parts. There is good variety from fast and furious to slow and melodic and some jazz/blues/swing. However the size of the printing is ridiculous. As a result there is often only 16 bars...

    to a page so you spend your whole time turning pages back and forth and trying to work out where the codas stop and start with more turning. Do the notes have to be so huge. You just get into the swing of the piece when you have to stop to turn the page. It makes what should be a great duet into a frustration of page turnings.

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