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Celebrated Piano Duets Bk 1
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Sheet Music
Voicing/Format 1 Piano 4 Hands
Composer Vandall, Robert D
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Grade Elem/Late Elem

Price: $6.99

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Catalog #22531

UPC code: 038081235288

Robert Vandall's piano duets have been favorites of students and teachers for several years. Many have been chosen for contest and festival lists. Whether p erformed for studio recitals, contests, festivals, or concerts with multiple p ianos on a stage, these duets appeal to performers and audiences alike. Divers e musical styles are represented in each book of this series-from beautiful me lodies of lilting waltzes and lyrical ballads, to the rhythmic excitement of l ively dances and ragtime. Both primo and secondo are skillfully crafted to be of equal difficulty and equal interest. Melodies are shared or passed between performers. These wonderful collections will motivate duet teams to continue m aking music together. Titles: Central Park Ride * Chanson * Hiking Song * On O ur Way * Pirouette *

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