Sheet Music Review
Over recent months, esteemed and enterprising German music publishers Breitkopf & Hārtel have unleashed a succession of interesting new piano sheet music publications, and in this group review I’m going to introduce you to the whole lot:
- Ulrich Mahlert (editor): Spielbuch für Klavier
- Friedrich Grossnick: More Catchy Tunes
- Luis Zett: Busy Lizzy & Lazy Daisy
- Alexey Shor: Childhood Memories
- Martin Reich: Primo & Secondo (4 hands)
- Manfred Schmitz: Jazz Parnass (6 hands)
- Jairo Geronymo: 4 Prima Vistas (2 pianos, 4 hands)
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SHEET MUSIC REVIEW • written by ANDREW EALES
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The Piano Duet is a musical genre that I have explored too little with my students in the past, so a few years ago I decided to stock up on a few duet books. Finding excellent material for more advanced students was easy enough, given the wonderful works for “One Piano Four Hands” by such classical greats as Mozart, Schubert, Brahms, Debussy, Poulenc et al. But finding good material for beginners and intermediate players proved far more difficult.
Fast forward to 2016 and that gap in the market has been addressed by a succession of simply great publications over the last few years.
Here is my selection of some of the best, which I hope you will go ahead and explore for yourselves!
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