Piano Transcriptions for two hands

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Re: Piano Transcriptions for two hands

Postby alfor » Tue Jul 04, 2017 9:21 pm

P.S. Thank you very much for the nice Purcell/Moore transcription!!
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Re: Piano Transcriptions for two hands

Postby fleubis » Thu Jul 06, 2017 4:53 am

Add my "seconded" Scriabinoff for the Beethoven. These German dances are among the first Beethoven pieces I learned as a child and, yes--from the self-same crusty Schirmer edition if I recall correctly. When I see work like this I get more determined to spend more time with Sibelius and get my chops up to a more respectable level that these dances display.
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Re: Piano Transcriptions for two hands

Postby Scriabinoff » Fri Jul 14, 2017 4:10 pm

2017 first year we can post as now 50 since passing. Had this in collectoon a while, need to see what else of his i have floating around
Paul Nordoff (June 4, 1909 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – January 18, 1977 in Herdecke, North Rhine-Westphalia, West Germany) was an American composer and music therapist, anthroposophist and initiator of the Nordoff-Robbins method of music therapy. His music is generally tonal and neo-Romantic in style.

Foster, Stephen (arr Paul Nordoff) - Five Melodies, No 2 Uncle Ned.pdf
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Re: Piano Transcriptions for two hands

Postby kroket » Mon Jul 17, 2017 5:55 am

Scriabinoff wrote:2017 first year we can post as now 50 since passing. Had this in collectoon a while, need to see what else of his i have floating around


Thank you, Scriabinoff.
I always enjoy the use of folk song.
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Re: Piano Transcriptions for two hands

Postby Scriabinoff » Tue Jul 18, 2017 11:13 pm

kroket wrote:
Scriabinoff wrote:2017 first year we can post as now 50 since passing. Had this in collectoon a while, need to see what else of his i have floating around

Thank you, Scriabinoff.
I always enjoy the use of folk song.
Greetings, kroket
you are super welcome, here.is a folksy one of his
http://www.pianophilia.com/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=194&p=33774#p33774
38:53 of his music, including Hill Song which I posted i love vimeo, the encoding and quality is way better than youtube and where i keep my main account
https://vimeo.com/27513814
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Re: Piano Transcriptions for two hands

Postby HTIEKFR » Sun Aug 06, 2017 1:39 pm

Hello
I've been trying to locate the Siloti transcription of Prélude BWV555
If anyone can help
Thanks
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Re: Piano Transcriptions for two hands

Postby Jim Faston » Sun Aug 06, 2017 4:02 pm

Here's a copy for you. NMS, but I did a minor cleanup on it.
Bach-Siloti_Prelude in E minor BWV 555.pdf
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Re: Piano Transcriptions for two hands

Postby fleubis » Sun Aug 06, 2017 7:51 pm

I thought I had all of Siloti's transcriptions, but this is a new one for me. Thanks for posting this. Big fan of Siloti.
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Re: Piano Transcriptions for two hands

Postby HTIEKFR » Mon Aug 07, 2017 4:22 pm

Thank you very much
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Re: Piano Transcriptions for two hands

Postby musiclife217 » Sat Oct 28, 2017 5:09 am

a new name for me again, composer and, here, transcriber, René Chansarel.......

An Etude in Canon Form...based on a piece by Robert Schumann?

Would be interested to hear any commentary regarding the piece and its connection to Robert Schumann...

Schumann-Chansarel-WoO-Etude in Canon Form.pdf
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