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Allegretto grazioso", "Variations and Fugue on a Theme of Ludwig van Beethoven, Op. 86: II. Fuga. Allegro con spirito", "Introduction, Passacaglia and Fugue, Op. 96: I. Introduction. Grave assai" and many more.
Sontraud Speidel & Evelinde Trenkner (Piano 4 hands). Bach: Arrangements by Max Reger for piano duo. Bach-Reger: Prelude & Fugue in E flat major ("St. Anne"), BWV 552, transcribed for piano 4 hands Bach-Reger: Toccata & Fugue in D minor, BWV 565, transcribed for piano 4 hands Bach-Reger: Passacaglia & Fugue in C minor, BWV 582, transcribed for piano 4 hands Bach-Reger: Orchestral Suites 1066-1069, transcribed for.
Evelinde Trenkner and Sontraud Speidel. Instrumentation: Piano. Individual Works: CD 1. Passacaglia C minor BWV 582 Suite No. 1 C major BWV 1066 Suite No. 2 B minor BWV 1067. Another excellent recording of Max Reger transcriptions of Bach for four hands on piano, wonderfully performed by Sonraud Speidel and Evelinde Trekner. Air on a G String for piano? Lovely. The Orchestral Suites translate to piano with dance-like qualities. The organ works are also outstanding, even if the Tocatta and Fugue is a bit overly dramatic. The Passacaglia in C minor is excellent with beautifully cascading octaves. An extraordinary cd of some of Bach's most melodic orchestral works translated to piano duo: highly recommended.
The term piano duo can refer both to a genre of music, written for two pianists to play at either one or two pianos, or to the two pianists themselves. This is a list of notable performers who appeared as piano duos in classical music. Most of these pianists performed works for piano four-hands (two pianists at one piano; also known as piano duet) as well as works for two pianos, often with orchestras or chamber ensembles. Some of these teams focussed exclusively or predominantly on this repertoire, but some also appeared separately as solo pianists Hans-Peter Stenzl.
Reger, Max. Opus/Catalogue NumberOp. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. Publication first announced in Hofmeister's Monatsbericht (1893), . 63. Interestingly, this version is listed with the more common piano trio instrumentation (piano, violin, and cello). Don't know if this was a misprint or if Reger arranged or authorized such a version.
German piano duo consisting of Sontraud Speidel and Evelinde Trenkner. Variations: Viewing All Piano Duo Trenkner & Speidel. Klavierduo Trenkner - Speidel, Piano Duo Trenkner, Speidel, Piano Duo Trenkner-Speidel, Piano Duo Trenkner/Speidel.
Max Reger's arrangements for piano duet of the four Bach Orchestral Suites are marvelous lenses through which to appreciate the pieces. The very beginning of Suite No. 3 is the only moment that doesn't work all that well for me; otherwise, these keyboard versions are wonderful crystallizations of the works. Also along for the ride are thePassacaglia BWV 582, the Toccata & Fugue BWV 565, and the Prelude & Fugue BWV 552. I'm no expert, but the playing by Sontraud Speidel and Evelinde Trenkner sounds fine.
for piano 4-hands, O. 8 Work. Shao-Yin Huang Piano, Sebastian Euler Piano, Duo d'Accord Ensemble. Variations and Fugue on a Theme of Beethoven for 2 Pianos, O. 6 (after the orchestral version) Work.