Tchaikovsky: Piano Concerto No.1/Rachmaninov: Piano Concerto No.2 (2 Piano Score)

Books | Two Pianos

Publisher: Dover Publications
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album
Orchestral reduction for second piano. Together for the first time are two of the most performed and recorded concertos of all time. Both of these Russian works have achieved unrivaled worldwide popularity and are essential in the repertoire of every serious pianists.
ISBN: 9780486291147
Skill Level: Advanced Explain this
No of pages: 164
Language: English
Catalogue No: DP15769

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      A good, clear book, well printed and easy to read. A nice challenge - kept me busy for a while!
      Anonymous - (Rayleigh, United Kingdom)
      If you play piano and like these 2 peices, this is the one for you! It contains 2 piano scores (one for the actual piano and one for the other brass and woodwind instruments etc) which allows you to 'merge' the two scores together - for instance, where there is no left hand in the piano score you can make it sound fuller by just adding the second piano's right hand in the left hand! The two pieces are also highly accurate so dont worry that you might get one of those 'watered down' versions - its the full score. However, the music is quite hard to read at times due to it being all squashed up on the page because they are such long pieces. However, putting these two brilliant concertos in one book together is a genius idea and thats why it gets 5 stars!! *****
      noddy - (Manchester, United Kingdom)
      A perfect book for anyone who wants to learn, or study two of the most famous and best-loved piano concerti - or even just follow along to a CD!
      Anonymous - (Durham, United Kingdom)
      Fantastic value for money. Really pleased with it.
      Anonymous - (Ashford, United Kingdom)
      Clearly laid out and very easy to read as many editions tend to 'squish' the notes together. The only criticism, and it is the only one, is that the book falls out of it's cover the same day you use it but with a book that's over 100 pages of music - what can you expect??! All in all, a great edition and well worth the reasonable price paid.
      Anonymous - (ASHFORD, United Kingdom)