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Fröhliche Tänze nach alten Weisen

for piano duet
piano (4 hands)
Product number: ED 5176
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Description

The "Festive Dances" are intended as a continuation of the book "Let's Play Duets". Progress continues without exceeding the range of the lower grades. The lively melodies of the seventeenth-century European dance-forms offered the author a treasure trove of material from which to create these duets. The parts are written in such a way as to avoid the dissatisfaction that the pupil generally feels when practising either the primo or secondo part in isolation. Both parts are of the same difficulty and the pupil may play either the upper or lower part.

Content

Anonymous: Old French Dance
P. Attaignant: Gillarde
A. Campra: Passepieds
H. Desmarets: Rigaudon
A. C. Destouches: Passepied en rondeau
Fitzwilliam Virginal Book: Dance
Fitzwilliam Virginal Book: Alman
Fitzwilliam Virginal Book: Corranto
R. C. im Hoff: Bassa imperiale e Saltarello
J.-B. Lully: Pavanne pour Madame la Dauphine
J.-B. Lully: Bourrée
M. P. de Montéclair: Musette
J. Playford: Allegro
T. Susato: Die Post
S. Voelckel: Courante
E. Widmann: Two Dances

More Information

Title:
Fröhliche Tänze nach alten Weisen
for piano duet
Level of difficulty:
easy
Publisher/Label:
Schott Music
Series:
Title:
Fröhliche Tänze nach alten Weisen
for piano duet
Level of difficulty:
easy
Publisher/Label:
Schott Music
Series:
Title:
Fröhliche Tänze nach alten Weisen
for piano duet
Level of difficulty:
easy
Publisher/Label:
Schott Music
Series:

Technical Details

Product number:
ED 5176
ISMN13:
979-0-001-05911-4
Product number:
ED 5176
ISMN13:
979-0-001-05911-4
Weight:
0,14 kg
Pages:
32
Format:
23.1cm x 30.3cm
Binding:
Saddle-wire stitching
Product number:
ED 5176 Q23997
ISMN13:
979-0-001-05911-4
Pages:
32
File format:
(PDF / 3,48 MB)

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