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Essential Keyboard Trios

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format 1 Piano 6 Hands
Arranger Mauro/Beard
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 27615

Price: $16.95

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Essential Keyboard Trios Arranged by Mauro/Beard. For 1 Piano 6 Hands. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 27615, UPC: 038081299280)

Keyboard trios (three pianists at one keyboard) are not only an enjoyable form of ensemble music, but are also indispensable tools in developing rhythm, dyn amics, tempo consistency, and group musicianship skills in any pianist. The or iginal works of W. F. Bach, Fodor, Gurlitt, Handel, Mozart, Rachmaninoff and S treabogg are included, in score format (with all three parts on the same page) , along with essential performance notes and helpful editorial fingerings and footnotes. Titles: Das Dreyblatt (Bach, Wilhelm Friedrich Ernst) * Sonata for Six Hands, Op. 10 (Fodor, Carolus Antonius) * Capriccietta, Op. 192, No. 3 (Gu rlitt, Cornelius) * Gavotta, Op. 192, No. 2 (Gurlitt, Cornelius) * Impromptu, Op. 192, No.6 (Gurlitt, Cornelius) * Hallelujah Chorus from Messiah (Handel, G eorge Frideric, arr.

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