Medieval Rainbow (Curcubeu medieval) (arrangement for piano solo no.1)

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Full details

This is a small piece composed for children and addressed to piano beginners of any age. The title is given both in English and Romanian (as the composer is Romanian). This is an arrangement for piano solo (numbered as no.1). However it may be played also on: organ, harpsichord and even on instrumental duet (string duet [violin/viola/guitar with 2nd viola/cello/2nd guitar], woodwinds duet [piccolo/clarinet/soprano recorder with tenor flute/2nd clarinet/alto recorder], brass duet [clarinet/tenor sax/alto sax and 2nd clarinet/tenor sax]) or vocal duet (tenor and baritone/bass). The melody has also auto-accompaniment characteristics and can be played even with any solo voice/instrument. The audio sample was generated from the musical sheet using the "Stereo Bells" timbre from Native Instruments FM7 Vintage: https://www.soundonsound.com/reviews/native-instruments-fm7


Score ID
93363
Year of composition
2010
Difficulty
Easy (Grades 1-3)
Duration
1 minute
Instrumentation
Solo instrument (Piano)
Genre
Classical music
Instrumental parts
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