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Old 07-02-2006, 03:18 AM
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actually, music for piano duets is written on four staffs, two for the first(primo) part, and two for the second(secondo) part. The primo part's staffs are both treble clef, and the secondo part's staffs are both in bass clef so that both players are situated on opposite ends of the piano...i hope this helped
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actually, music for piano duets is written on four staffs, two for the first(primo) part, and two for the second(secondo) part. The primo part's staffs are both treble clef, and the secondo part's staffs are both in bass clef so that both players are situated on opposite ends of the piano...i hope this helped


Ohh! Okay, I get it now. Thanks!
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In fact, the best (from my point of view) and most usual format for four-hand stuff is the Secondo part written on one page, the left-hand page, and the Primo part on the right-hand page. This way, both players are facing the page they need, and measures are taken care of so that the Secondo and the Primo reach the end of the page at the same time.
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In fact, the best (from my point of view) and most usual format for four-hand stuff is the Secondo part written on one page, the left-hand page, and the Primo part on the right-hand page. This way, both players are facing the page they need, and measures are taken care of so that the Secondo and the Primo reach the end of the page at the same time.

Umm...okay...I guess I'd just have to see the music. Ugh, I just won't write anything for piano four-hands.
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Old 07-12-2006, 12:14 PM
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Ok, when I get home I can show some stuff so you can get an idea, ok?
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The Editions Peters Handel: Arrival of the Queen of Sheeba for four hands is brilliant. Such a good piece to learn. Suggest you all have a go
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No, Piano with four hands is not possible. It is so difficult for play piano with four hands. Piano with four hands is great experience. Piano with four hands also nice fun. Piano is a good musical instrument. Piano with four hands for that you choose your partner. I think it is a good funny experience with best friend. The 1st two hands is our and other two hands is our friend. It is ok for fun.
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I worked my butt off in that class! Had to copy 5 pages of notes every day and couldn't even put my instrument on my desk without being threatened to lose her. I even read the Odyssey and did a report on it JUST to bring my grade up.
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Its Amazing!!
Handle Piano with 4 hand is Extraordinary Talent. I never listen 4 hand Piano.
But i am crazy to watch this fun.
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