Jeux pour Deux
Piano Duet - Advanced - Digital Download
Composed by Panagiotis Theodossiou. 21st Century, Contemporary Classical, Repertoire, Graduation, Recital. Score, Set of Parts. 63 pages. Published by Panagiotis Theodossiou (S0.221759).
Item Number: S0.221759
“Jeux pour Deux” for two pianos (2007)
A work of neoclassical character with influences from jazz idiom. It is dedicated to the piano duo “Dimitra Mane – Andy Miliory” and to Maurice Ravel in the musical style of whom there are intentional references - by which was performed at Athenaeum Concert Hall Athens in 2008. The work have been secondly performed by Ting Ke and Chenshayang Huang at Boston University Concert Hall under Spring 14 Piano Ensemble Juries (K. Papadakis piano class) in 2014 and by Effie Agrafioti and Giorgos Kontrafouris in "D. Mitropoulos" Hall, Athens Concert Hall in 2015.
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