The arranger’s objective in arranging these works for duet was to make these fugues accessible to intermediate pianists.
Each piece appears twice. The second time the melody is omitted so that the player can notate and/or improvise a new melody line. Chord changes are included with each piece.
The arranger has done well to maintain the integrity of this perennial favorite. The piece is presented in its entirety.
This jazz suite contains five movements: Bald-Faced Boogie, Blue Tuesday, Sunnin’ Spot, Crescent City, and Riff-Raff.
This piece in Latin style has changing of meter and syncopation, and it moves from a minor to A major and back again. The melodies are charming.
This exciting piece conjures up images of old festivals where there were picnics and dancing, although this is not a frivolous work.
The young beginning pianist will be delighted to play familiar tunes with big accompaniments. These tunes are arranged in pre-reader format.
Claps are written into the music to introduce a percussive sound mixed with the ordinary piano sound, so the mood is lightened with a bit of humor.
These clever duets which beautifully evoke their titles will delight students of all ages.
Commissioned by the Arlington Texas Music Teachers Association,this beautifuuly crafted rondo will challenge the student’s knowledge of keys.
Commissioned by the Arlington Texas Music Teachers Association, Uncle Funk is a funky and fun duet that keeps students counting.
Song’s secondo part carries a pretty melody while the primo has nice runs in the high register.
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