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20th Century Classics 2

Status: Usually despatched within 7 working days

Arranger: Norton, Christopher

Series: 20th Century Classics

Department: Christopher Norton Workshops - 20th Century Classics

Instrumentation: Piano

Publisher: Boosey & Hawkes (London)

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Well known themes from 20th Century classics arranged for solo piano. Includes Troika fr Lieutenant Kijé (Prokofieff), Nimrod fr The Enigma Variations (Elgar), Theme fr Peter & the Wolf (Prokofieff) and more.


Contents and Reviews

  • A Walk in the Paradise Garden fr A Village Romeo & Juliet (Delius)
  • Basse Danse (Warlock)
  • March fr The Love of 3 Oranges (Prokofieff)
  • Nimrod fr Enigma Variations (Elgar)
  • The Holy Boy (Ireland)
  • Theme fr Cello Concerto (Elgar)
  • Theme fr Piano Concerto 2, 2nd mvt (Rachmaninoff)
  • Theme fr Symphony 2, 3rd mvt (Rachmaninoff)
  • Theme fr Symphony 5, 2nd mvt (Shostakovich)
  • Themes for Peter and the Hunters fr Peter & the Wolf (Prokofieff)
  • This Little Babe fr A Ceremony of Carols (Britten)
  • Troika fr Lieutenant Kijé (Prokofieff)
  • Venus fr The Planets (Holst)

"... super books...they contain classic themes many of which even non-classical music lovers will recognise. But what’s more, they are pieces which aren’t generally available on simple arrangements."
Keyboard Player, December 1989

"Once in a while one finds something really exciting in the piano teaching repertorie and I am sure teachers will welcome Christopher Norton's arrangements.  An excellent collection and well recommended!"
Music Teacher, November 1989

"...a very generous and well-assorted selection of post-WW2 music..."
Music Reviews, Jan/February 1998

"Booseys’s books have a habit of including good tuneful material which is not always really available in an accessible format and this is no exception."
Keyboard Player, February 1991