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The Red Carousel - 18 Easy Piano Duets

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Price £11.95

Many of these easy pieces owe their vitality to the treasure we have inherited in folk dances and songs. All the pieces, except Good Friend Johnny, can be played by two pupils at a similar level of training.

This music is also published by Edition Tónar og Steinar, Iceland.

Contents

  • Armenian Fire Dance
  • Brothers Fox and Honeytongue
  • Chicago 1922
  • Chinese Dragon Festival
  • Dance from Provence
  • Divers' Ragtime
  • Duet in Hate
  • Hansi, Hansi!
  • Hopsi Tralala
  • Icelandic Dance
  • Imp's Dance
  • In the Land of Ants
  • Jim the Jester and Jolly Holly
  • Myrto
  • Paris 1920
  • Paris 1930
  • The Red Carousel
  • Yiddish Wedding

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Cat No. SP802
Price £11.95
ComposerElias Davidsson
CategoryPiano Duet
PublisherSpartan Press
Difficulty level2 - 4
ISMN 979-0-57999-802-0
EAN-13 9790579998020
Weight 172 grams
Published 24th July 2006
Availability 160 in stock

Reviews

His (Davidsson) music reveals real insight into young children's imaginations and every piece is appealing in its own way... a treasure-trove of new material for elementary pupils... some strikingly new and original repertoire!

Piano Journal

...make fabulous sight-reading material, giving children confidence but with some unexpected challenges.. Once sight-read, I think children would elect to return to them. Quirky, interesting, rhythmically challenging...

Arlette Overman for Piano Professional

His (Davidsson's) music reveals great insight into young children's imaginations and every piece is appealing in its own way....a treasure-trove of new material for elementary pupils...The duets are fun to play with each player having a share of the melody and accompaniment. Elias Davidsson has provided our elementary students with some strikingly new and original repertoire!

Nadia Lasserson for Piano Journal