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Tango Andaluza
by Timothy Brown

E1096 / 3.95

One Piano / Four Hands
Late Intermediate
Rhythmic and romantic, this passionate tango would make a rousing finale to a recital. Starts in the key of B minor and modulates to E minor in the middle section. Requires expert ensemble playing. Just as impressive as the dance itself, audiences will appreciate the dramatic flair and grand style of this tango.

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Chaconne in G Major, G229 (with 21 Variations)
by G. F. Handel / ed. Edwin McLean

PS1028 / 3.95

This masterpiece of the theme and variation form is one of Handel's best-known works for keyboard. It opens with a heroic theme and variations in G major, followed by a poignant, lyrical section of variations in G minor, and it concludes with a decisive return to G major.
A brilliant, yet accessible recital piece, newly edited and engraved for the modern performer.

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May Night, Op. 27, No. 4
by Salim Palmgren / ed. Edwin McLean

PS1029 / 3.50

One of the best-known works by Palmgren, this Impressionistic piece requires the L.H. to project the melody even when it crosses over the R.H. The pedal is notated throughout, creating atmospheric effects. This short piece (36 measures) is a perfect introduction to Impressionism for the Intermediate/Late Intermediate student featuring thick sonorities, parallelism and rolled chords.

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Scarlatti’s “trumpet” Sonata in E Major, K. 380, L. 23
by Domenico Scarlatti / ed. Edwin McLean

PS1030 / 3.50

Scarlatti’s most popular piano sonata, this charming one-movement sonata was a favorite of Vladimir Horowitz who performed it frequently. This cheerful piece abounds with scale passages and trills. The edition is urtext, with fingering and optional pedaling included.

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Mysterious Journey
by Martín Cuéllar

W9417 / 3.50

Intermediate
The rolling, restless rhythm of the patterned L.H. is in 6/8 meter in the key of E minor. The opening melody is contrasted with powerful R.H. chords in the middle section accompanied by surprising L.H. harmonic shifts. This commissioned work shows Cuéllar at his lyrical best.

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Crossroads
by Kevin Olson

W9418 / 3.50

Late Intermediate
An energetic, swinging toccata that develops technical skills with repeated notes. The piece is very syncopated throughout and requires a hand that plays octaves comfortably. Students and teachers alike will enjoy this upbeat piece– it’s really fun to play and quite an attention grabber!

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6th Street Stomp
by Kevin Olson

W9420 / 3.50

Late Intermediate
This “show-off” recital piece will have you stomping your feet! Even though the tempo is “with a driving rhythm; even eighths” the R.H. is very syncopated while the L.H. maintains a steady 4 beat rhythmic figure for the most part. This faster-than-ragtime piece uses the full range of the keyboard and requires frequent hand shifts, but is really fun to play and well worth the challenge.

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Toccatina in A Minor
by Martín Cuéllar

W9424 / 3.50

Intermediate
Using a wide range of the keyboard, this polymetric intermediate piece is a showstopper! Interesting chromatic passages and cascading cross-hand arpeggios give it dramatic flair. Starting in 5/4 with a triplet pulse, then a R.H. chordal middle section in 6/8, it goes back to the original theme and crescendos to f with “senza rit.” Great choice for a performance piece!

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