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Alfred Publishing - St. Matthew Passion Suite for Two Pianos

Publisher: Alfred Publishing
Model: 00-40166
Name: St. Matthew Passion Suite for Two Pianos
Category: Sheet Music > Piano > Duo > Two Pianos, Four Hands
Format : Book
ISBN : 0739094203
Pages : 32
Series : Anderson & Roe Duos & Duets
Version : 2 copies required
Condition: Brand New
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By Johann Sebastian Bach / arr. Greg Anderson

Description:

Greg Anderson and Elizabeth Joy Roe are perhaps the most thrilling young duo performing today, offering adrenalized classical concerts that are revolutionizing the piano duo experience for the 21st century. Described as "Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers transposed from the dance floor to the keyboard" (The Southampton Press) and "the intense synchronization of genius" (ThirdCoast Digest), Greg and Liz bring their joyous camaraderie and refined artistry to the concert stage, dazzling audiences around the world as a four-hand and two-piano team.

The Anderson & Roe Duos & Duets series features inspiring arrangements as performed by the duo---from settings of treasured opera melodies to medleys of popular movie music. The pieces are edited with fingering and other directions that facilitate rehearsal and performance, making them accessible for advancing students as well as for concert performers.

Johann Sebastian Bach’s St. Matthew Passion, considered one of the monuments of music literature, is filled with multidimensional levels of symbolism, theological understanding, and psychological insight. In this awe-inspiring arrangement for two pianos, four hands, five movements from the original work have been carefully selected. Together they retain the dramatic arch of the story, but pare the music down to a more manageable duration suitable for performance on recitals.