These seven ensembles for 2 to 5 pianists develop improvisation in a format that is always successful for the student.
These four variations are on a jaunty 6/8 English Morris Dance tune in the key of G.
This short piece is at the late elementary level but is not easy to put together.
This energizing ensemble for three pianos (can be done on two pianos) explores Latin rhythms and gives the student the opportunity to improvise in this style.
Three or four pianists can play this fun jazz/rock arrangement of I’ve Been Workin’ on the Railroad.
This short piece allows the students to work on an early virginal piece and work on the ornaments.
This programmatic piece depicts the day in the life of the Piano Monster.
This piece, a perennial favorite, has been arranged for three pianists (but can be performed on 2 pianos) so that early intermediate players can work on balance and articulation between pianos.
This is a good study of chord progression and melodic development. Score and parts are included.
For 5 keyboards. A stately and somber setting of Billings’s old hymn tune. In E Minor. Score and parts included.
An ensemble full of high jinx for 4 pianos, 16 hands, referee, and chair remover!
Another fun, big ensemble by Frackenpohl, Intro and Rag is a great piece for monster concerts.
This arrangement of 8 single line parts is ideal for keyboard classes or sightreading, or can be used by more advanced players in the 2 piano, 8 hands format.
This arrangement is ideal for keyboard classes or sightreading with 8 single line parts, or it can be played by more advanced players in the 2 piano, 8 hands format.
Piano 1 carries the lovely melody throughout, and doubles the vocal line. Piano 2 has the harmony often in rolled chords. Part 3 has a lovely high obbligato part.A very effective, subdued ensemble.
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