Bossa Para Toro for Two Pianos, Four Hands by Mark Manduca
This work in Latin Style is designed to facilitate improvisation.
Bossa Para Toro for Two Pianos, Four Hands
This work in Latin Style is designed to facilitate improvisation. This is a great pice for students to play the syncopated Latin rhythms. The place where the student can solo is designed around the D Phrygian mode. The player who plays the “accompaniment” may substitute their own voices and rhythm patterns. Students love playing this piece, and no matter how inexperienced they are as improvisors, they sound great in the format given. Chord changes are given throughout the work.
• A fun way to learn improvisation
• Duration 3 minutes