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Back to showcasing the duets in my books. Here is Andantino, the third duet in Delightfully Easy Piano Duets: Book 1. It’s a good one for practice at reading the bass clef. It starts off with both players just playing … Continue reading
This duet is a firm favourite, and one of the first I wrote. Although it is the only one to venture out of the five-finger position, it is actually one of the easiest. I generally introduce it second after Breeze. … Continue reading
Now that I have recorded all of my Delightfully Easy Duets with the unstoppable Rei Kozaki, I have been meaning to feature a different duet each week. So here is Allegro, duet 1 from book 1. It has an upbeat, … Continue reading
I will be putting my adjudicator’s hat on again for the Dulwich Piano Festival in June 2015. There will be a class for beginner’s duet featuring my first duet book, and a class for the aged seven and under where … Continue reading
Set piece for the 2014 duet class: Andante con Moto, IV from Rosamund Conrad’s Delightfully Easy Piano Duets: book 1 I’ve realised you can’t create something and expect people to care about it without getting out into the big wide … Continue reading
I plan to have videos of all my Delightfully Easy Piano Duets on Youtube, so that players can hear what they sound like. Here is the first: Louise and me playing Saloon Bar Blues.