Universal Edition - Nicolai Podgornov – Classical Favourites from Russia for piano four hands

Nicolai Podgornov

Nicolai Podgornov
Classical Favourites from Russia for piano four hands

Scored for: for piano four hands
Arranger: Nicolai Podgornov
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Table of Contents:
Tschaikowsky Peter Iljitsch: Walzer aus dem Ballett "Dornröschen"
Tschaikowsky Peter Iljitsch: Tanz der kleinen Schwäne aus dem Ballett "Schwanensee"
Borodin Alexander: Tanz der Polowetzer Mädchen aus der Oper "Fürst Igor"
Prokofieff Sergei: Montagues und Capulets aus dem Ballett "Romeo und Julia"
Schostakowitsch Dmitri: Walzer aus der "Jazz-Suite Nr. 2"
Khatchaturian Aram: Säbeltanz aus dem Ballett "Gayaneh"
Rimski-Korsakow Nikolaj: Hummelflug aus der Oper "Das Märchen vom Zaren Saltan"
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Performing score – Classical Favourites from Russia

Nicolai Podgornov has selected seven works from six of the great Russian composers, whose music is deeply rooted in the Russian folk tradition, and arranged them with easy fingerings for a piano duo.

  • Degree of difficulty: 2-5
  • Edition type: performing score
  • UE36657
  • ISBN: 978-3-7024-7331-0
  • ISMN: 979-0-008-08661-8
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