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Albinoni - Adagio
Piano Accompaniment, Keyboard Ensemble - Keyboards and pianos - Early Intermediate - Digital Download
Composed by Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni (1671-1751). Arranged by Christian Bennedsen. Baroque Period, General Instructional. Score, Set of Parts. 8 pages. Published by Christian Bennedsen (S0.655975).
Item Number: S0.655975
KEYBOARD ENSEMBLE – WORKSHOP FOR PIANO STUDENTS
Purpose: Let piano students experience how it is to play in an orchestra and follow a conductor.
It is essential, that the students are well prepared and able to play their parts.
Instruments: 4–20 keyboards and 2 pianos / grandpianos.
Part 1 and 2 are played on keyboard by 1-5 students at early intermediate level.
Part 4 and 5 are played on keyboard by 1-5 (almost) beginners.
Part 5 and 6 are played on piano by students with good skills.
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