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Pianoworks Duets 1 is the perfect resource for beginner pianists to explore duet-playing. They'll develop balance, playing in time, and sight-reading while learning attractive and accessible arrangements in a huge variety of styles and genres, from Offenbach's lively 'Can-Can' and Joplin's 'The Entertainer' to traditional folk tunes from Japan and the West Indies. In addition, the collection contains several new and original gems by Alan Bullard, the co-author of this celebrated series.show more

Product details

  • Sheet music | 48 pages
  • 231 x 311 x 4mm | 207g
  • Oxford University Press
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0193378353
  • 9780193378353
  • 546,213

Table of contents

Agincourt Song ; Morning has broken ; Norwegian Song ; The Entertainer ; Amazing Grace ; La Moresca ; Rondo (Sonatina Op. 163 No. 1) ; Koinobori ; Floating, drifting ; Symphony No. 7, second movement ; The Blue Danube ; Pavane d'Angleterre ; Symphony No. 104 ('London'), fourth movement ; Hello Jamaica! ; Valse lente (Coppelia) ; Go with the flow ; Can-Can (Orpheus in the Underworld) ; The John B. Sails (Sloop John B.) ; On Wings of Song ; Sweet and Low ; Five Finger Fevershow more

About Alan Bullard

Janet Bullard has a busy and thriving piano teaching practice and more than 25 years' experience of teaching adults and children. Alan Bullard is a pianist and composer, whose choral and educational compositions are performed widely. He has contributed many pieces to Piano Time and works as an ABRSM examiner.show more

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