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In Recital(r) Duets, Volume One, Book 6

By Various

Piano - Late Intermediate
Composed by Various. Edited by Helen Marlais. Performance. The FJH Pianist's Curriculum. This title is on the 2017-2021 National Federation of Music Clubs list. Book. The FJH Music Company Inc #FJH1615. Published by The FJH Music Company Inc (FJ.FJH1615).

Item Number: FJ.FJH1615

ISBN 978-1-56939-520-2.

In Recital(r) Duets, Book 6 takes every thing up a notch by adding more complicated sixteenth and triplet figures, and tackles the more advanced ensemble issues in regard to pedaling and modulation. Features arrangements of Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2; Funiculi Funicula ; Irving Berlin's - I Love a Piano; Rondo alla Turca and many more, plus originals.

About In Recital Duets

The In Recital Duets series contains first-rate duet repertoire carefully leveled into six categories: Early Elementary, Elementary, Late Elementary, Early Intermediate, Intermediate, and Late Intermediate. There are original duets, duet arrangements of popular pieces, and duet arrangements of classical themes written as equal-part as well as unequal-part duets. A CD is included in every book to be used as a teaching, practicing, and motivational tool. This series provides practice tips, rehearsal suggestions, and duet performance strategies.

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  • 4

    Dayton, OH
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  • February 14, 2012 Challenging and fun

    I am an adult student, 68 yrs old, who has been taking piano for 2 and 1/2 yrs. I took lessons for 7 years as a child. My teacher picked out this book for us to play. We both love it! The large note size helps a lot with...

    older eyes. The various selections run the gamut of many kinds of music. We are having lots of fun and working hard. My one disappointment was the content of the CD. It only has one track per selection. I would have preferred three sets of tracks. The one included has both primo and secondo on it and makes for great listening. It would have been nice to have two more sets, one with only the primo part and one with only the secondo part. So that when one was practicing the primo part you could play along with the track with only the secondo part, and vice versa.

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  • 5

    North Carolina
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  • May 09, 2008 Fabulous!

    I can't say enough great things about these duets. They are all absolutely delicious and beautiful. The variety is wonderful also. They're challenging, but not EXTREMELY difficult. For 2 fairly competent pianists, they're a lot of fun.

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