Three’s Company! March - Novelty Trio (Six Hands)

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The idea for this piece came from my Five-finger Foxtrot!, but extended to six hands on one piano. The top part uses only a 5-note pentatonic scale (G,A,B,D,E) throughout, with both hands playing in octaves. There are just two extra optional notes which may be played, and which would be simple to add.

The other two parts are more difficult, though not extravagantly so, but could be played by able students. Originally I had set the key as G flat major, which meant that the top player used only the five black notes. This was easier for Player 1, but not so for the other two, hence the upward shift to G!

I have dedicated it to Isaac Chung, who plays the top part, with his two older sisters, Isobel and Imelda, on the lower two parts. It is certainly intended as a fun piece for piano six hands, and there may well be more to follow.
It was first performed at the Composers’ Lunchtime Recital in April, 2003. Isaac took the top part, I took the middle, and Clive Jenkins]], played the bottom part, as the attached (and faked!) picture shows.

Score ID
Year of composition
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
3 minutes
Trio of Pianos

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