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Scene from Gaelic Faram (Jig in Kiev) for 2 pianos (Piano 1 part)
Piano Duet, Two Pianos - Advanced - Digital Download
Composed by John Pitts (1976-). 21st Century, Contemporary Classical, World, Folk, Celtic. Individual Part. 15 pages. Published by Intensely Pleasant Music (S0.307375).
Item Number: S0.307375
Scene from Gaelic Faram (Jig in Kiev) is a 6-minute, note-filled, virtuosicpiece inspired by British folksong, and includes adaptations of the Dargasonjig and the reel Mary Mack, and starts with an attempt to capture some of theornamented and decorated melody lines typical of Scottish bagpipes.
Thefull 16-minute piece Gaelic Faram (Jig inKiev) for 2 pianos and 2 percussionists was composed for the Kiev Piano Duo(Oleksandra Zaytseva and Dmytro Tavanets) for the Kiev "Chamber MusicSession" Festival 2012.
Thisnew arrangement of a 6-minute scene from it, just for 2 pianos, was made in2016 for the Australian Piano Duo (Vicky Yang & Maggie Chen).
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