Piano Transcriptions for two hands

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Re: Piano Transcriptions for two hands

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Thank you, Timtin. Sounds great, I'll definitely will be checking those sheets on Imslp, thanks again!
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Tim, you have been producing marvelous work. For everyone who wants to find all of his transcriptions on IMSLP: https://imslp.org/wiki/Category:Martin, ... y_Nicholas
Bravo!

I haven’t done this in years but I started working on Glazunov’s Scherzo from Symphony No.7 and will be happy to share it here when it’s ready.
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Hi Alex, many thanks for your generous feedback.
I've been a huge Mozart fan for over 55 years. It began with an LP of his Symphony No.40, which I played numerous times when young. I'll never understand how he managed to pack so much into such a short life.
Good luck with the Glazunov transcription.
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Of the several Mozart pieces I've recently worked on, this is my favourite. It's a mature work with a deceptively low K number, written in Vienna in 1782. It's a soprano Concert Aria, although no orchestral version survives, just the VS.
Mozart Aria 'The Love of Heavenly Feeling' K.119 arr. Piano.pdf
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Thank you again, Timtin!
And last week I've had a marvelous time at the piano playing your transcription of Mozart's Serenata Notturna.
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Re: Piano Transcriptions for two hands

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Timtin:
Thank you for this Mozart transcription, your talent and patience are evident.

Regards.
Quo melius Illac
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Dear kroket and ilu, thank you for your nice feedback - not all classical music websites are as friendly as this one!
Anyway, another Concert Aria with a similar history, i.e. only the VS exists, is attached. It's shorter than the other one and less operatic.
Mozart Aria 'Ah, spiegarti' K.178 arr. Piano.pdf
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Dear Timtin:

thanks again, now to take advantage of the weekend with those compositions.
Quo melius Illac
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