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Voicing/Format 2 Pianos 8 Hands
Arranger Eugenie Rocherolle
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Composer Showcase
Grade Intermediate Level
Catalog # 00296654

Price: $9.99

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Jambalaya Arranged by Eugenie Rocherolle. For 2 Pianos 8 Hands. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00296654, UPC: 884088060985)

This portrait of old New Orleans captures the lively and beautiful moods of this great, city in its most elegant light. Eugenie's touching tribute to the city of her childhood is especially meaningful in the aftermath of hurricane Katrina. The engaging duo for two pianos-eight hands alternates between a jazzy, upbeat style and lyrical warmth, with a celebratory reference to “Oh When The Saints Come Marching In” for a final flourish. This masterful ensemble piece paints a truly memorable portrait of New Orleans and is also stunning recital fare. HLSPL Level 5 Intermediate piano ensemble (2 pnos/8 hands); Score contains Piano I & Piano II duo parts. Two scores are needed for rehearsal.

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