4 hands on TWO pianos

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Re: 4 hands on TWO pianos

Post by rob » Wed Sep 23, 2009 12:30 pm

paolor wrote:These pieces would of course also fit perfectly in the Salon music thread...
Trying to find out where to file away the 'Plessow' pieces I discovered that this name is a pseudonym for Ewald Walter. Here's the link to the page of pseudonyms where this appears:
http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic. ... 1&t=133384

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Re: 4 hands on TWO pianos

Post by oren segev » Sat Sep 26, 2009 9:02 am

Is there any good transcription for 2 pianos for the Brandenburg concertos?
I need espescially for the 3rd and the 4th
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Re: 4 hands on TWO pianos

Post by fredbucket » Sat Sep 26, 2009 9:59 am

oren segev wrote:Is there any good transcription for 2 pianos for the Brandenburg concertos?
4H1P yes (by Reger), 4H2P no...

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Re: 4 hands on TWO pianos

Post by klavierelch » Sat Sep 26, 2009 10:23 am

fredbucket wrote:
oren segev wrote:Is there any good transcription for 2 pianos for the Brandenburg concertos?
4H1P yes (by Reger), 4H2P no...

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Not quite true, although we could discuss if they are good...
Bach Krug Brandenburgisches Konzert Nr.4 2P.pdf
Bach Schulze Brandenburgisches Konzert Nr.3 2P.pdf
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Re: 4 hands on TWO pianos

Post by oren segev » Sat Sep 26, 2009 10:39 am

Thanks alot Klavierelch
They are both much better then the one i own
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Re: 4 hands on TWO pianos

Post by oren segev » Sat Sep 26, 2009 10:52 am

fredbucket wrote:
oren segev wrote:Is there any good transcription for 2 pianos for the Brandenburg concertos?
4H1P yes (by Reger), 4H2P no...

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Thanks Fred for responding my request
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Re: 4 hands on TWO pianos

Post by paolor » Fri Nov 06, 2009 10:16 am

Léon Jessel is mainly known as the composer of the operetta "Schwarzwaldmädel" (1917) which was extremely successful (more than 6000 performances within 10 years). Before that he had already composed this cute little piece - and much more of course in view of the opus number. If you don't know the piece, here you can enjoy it passively: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kgRqKty2G7U . For the active alternative you have to find another piano player...(and a room with 2 pianos).

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Jessel op.123 Geehl Parade of the Tin Soldiers 2P.pdf
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Re: 4 hands on TWO pianos

Post by oren segev » Fri Nov 06, 2009 5:36 pm

paolor wrote:Léon Jessel is mainly known as the composer of the operetta "Schwarzwaldmädel" (1917) which was extremely successful (more than 6000 performances within 10 years). Before that he had already composed this cute little piece - and much more of course in view of the opus number. If you don't know the piece, here you can enjoy it passively: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kgRqKty2G7U . For the active alternative you have to find another piano player...(and a room with 2 pianos).

Br,
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Thanks Paolor for that March
We just played it
Nice pieve fit as an encore after a big havy brahms recital
Thanks again
Oren

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Re: 4 hands on TWO pianos

Post by Schumaniano » Fri Nov 06, 2009 6:17 pm

fredbucket wrote:
oren segev wrote:Is there any good transcription for 2 pianos for the Brandenburg concertos?
4H1P yes (by Reger), 4H2P no...

Regards
Fred[/quot

Trancripciones for 4 hands are very bad. I know because I touched. Very uncomfortable and sometimes even impossible to interpret as experience (and as desperation ;-)) not bad touch.

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Re: 4 hands on TWO pianos

Post by Mouchette » Fri Nov 06, 2009 7:57 pm

Schumaniano wrote:
fredbucket wrote:
oren segev wrote:Is there any good transcription for 2 pianos for the Brandenburg concertos?
4H1P yes (by Reger), 4H2P no...

Regards
Fred[/quot

Trancripciones for 4 hands are very bad. I know because I touched. Very uncomfortable and sometimes even impossible to interpret as experience (and as desperation ;-)) not bad touch.

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Breitkopf has published the six Brandeburg concertos 2P4H.

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