Brahms and Liszt
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.
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.
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