Brahms and Liszt

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Two of the great composers of the 19th century realised through a duo-constructionist fusion of sonic, covalent harmonisation. It is a treatise on the human condition, the experiences of a soul, travelling to where it and the music, becomes one with the title. Not bad at £3.99 a bottle, three for a tenner.

An affectionate and fun re-working of Brahms Lullaby, leading onto Hungarian Dances, with a spot for Liszt's La Campanella.

Enjoy! :-)

Revised Oct 2009.

Following a few play throughs with pianist far better trained than myself, problems with some of upper lines were very apparent. Since this is supposed to be a fun piece to play and not require hours of diligent practice, I've altered the problem areas to give the same effect but in an easier way.


Score ID
46739
Composer
Year of composition
2006
Difficulty
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
Duration
3 minutes
Instrumentation
Duet of Pianos
Genre
Modern classical music
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