Prelude-Ave Maria for two pianos, four hands
Piano Duet - Advanced Intermediate
Composed by J. S. Bach, Charles Gounod. Arranged by Kevin G. Pace. Romantic Period, Baroque Period. 6 pages. Published by Kevin G. Pace (S0.321689).
Item Number: S0.321689
Two piano arrangement of J.S Bach's Prelude No. 1 and Charles Gounod's Ave Maria. Transcribed and arranged for two pianos by Kevin G. Pace. This very famous combination of two masterpieces is now available to play with two pianos.
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Bach wrote his famous Prelude No. 1 around 1722. Charles Gounod, about 131 years later (1853), wrote his Ave Maria with the Bach Prelude as an accompaniment. This two piano transcription/arrangement is perfect for so many occasions: weddings, piano recitals, music number for church. The pieces is about 2 to 3 minutes in length.
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