Posted by: Nikolas
New set of piano duets for advanced pianists... - 01/22/13 11:30 PM
Remember me telling you about piano duets and the such? Well... the score is out now, and so is the recording (and the videos, and everything).
Presenting Piano Stories For Piano, 4 hands.
The score, in 40 pages, features 7 piano duets, for various difficult levels, but looking at more advanced techniques this time, unlike Sketch Music. Still it's once again illustrated by wonderful Piero Pierini, who, once more, did a great job (the cut off illustration is part of the score, above).
The music lasts a total of less than 16 minutes, so there's plenty to do, say, teach, show, appreciate, and enjoy. In a style that's mostly tonal, with a few twists, I think that this is as catchy as I can go in terms of 'classical music'!
For your pleasure (and promotion, etc ), I've uploaded 3 videos, thus far, showing three of the works.
You can grab the score from the Editions Musica Ferrum webpage, but you can also get a bundle of 2 copies (since it's a duet, right?) with the second copy 66% off Over Here. In both links you will be able to preview multiple pages of the score.
The reasons I'm not currently offering all the movements/works through youtube are more than one. First of it's a huge load of work to be making these videos (especially since I'm the one making them), but also because the recording is up for sale in CDBaby, in digital distribution. So if you wish to pre-listen excerpts of all 7 movements/works, do follow This Link and have a go...
And here's your chance to see me in action, even if not solo... I'm tall, aren't I?