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This work was originally composed as a piano duet to commemorate the occasion of the retirement of the composer's first piano teacher, and appropriately is o...
The solo piano version was arranged by Dan Poynton for him to perform at the ECAT NZ New Music Festival, Edinburgh, 5 Dec 2001.
Rescored for marimba, vibraphone and piano as Spike
A two-piano score for ballet, Electra was composed in 1955 for the Il Nuova Balletto d'Italia. The Suite No. 2 is drawn from that score.
Te Tau was based on Maori seasons of the year. Writing in a style which is serial, yet impressionistic in both texture and resonance, Carr paints a picture...
Coup de folie - fox trot, was the first concert study from Ten Concert Studies Book 2.
All'Espagnola is the second study from Ten Concert Studies Book 2.
Intermezzo is the third study from Ten Concert Studies Book 2.
All'Italiana - Tarantella is the forth study from Ten Concert Studies Book 2.
Harlequinade was the fifth study from Ten Concert Studies Book 2.
The White Notes is the sixth study from Ten Concert Studies Book 2.
This work is the seventh study in Ten Concert Studies Book 2.
This study is the 8th study in Ten Concert Studies Book 2.
Valse-caprice is the ninth study from Ten Concert Studies Book 2.
Alla marcia is the tenth study from Ten Concert Studies Book 2.
Moderato Amabile was written in London especially for the series 'Australian Piano Music Vol. 1'.
A biblical drama for piano.
"During two years of study in Rome, with Petrassi at the Conservatorio di Santa, I had scholarships to attend the famous summer school at the Academia Chigia...
Duelling Pianos was written in 2005 for the Brazilian piano duo of Marcelo Bratke and Marcela Ruggeri and was first performed at the Brazilian Embassy in L...
These short contrasting piano pieces were written in 2005 and dedicated to my youngest daughter Miranda, who was learning the piano at that time.
One of the award-winning piano pieces from the suite Of Things Intangible. Grade 5 to 6 difficulty. The Yeti or Abominable Snowman is a mythical monster su...
One of the award-winning piano pieces from the suite Of Things Intangible, Grade 5 to 6 difficulty. Tapu is the general name for Maori taboo or prohibition...
A piano piece of beyond diploma difficulty. It depicts stormy conditions on the Desert Road which runs through the central North Island of New Zealand, passi...
Two contrasting pieces for grade 6 to 7 difficulty. The moods are firstly meditative and secondly flamboyant.
15 fun pieces for beginner pianists
Piano pieces of beyond diploma difficulty, reflecting seasonal mood changes. They can be performed as a cycle or separately, and their harmonic subtlety is m...
A child's piano piece for cat lovers. Grades 1–2.
This piece also appears in the suite Of Things Intangible, a suite for pianists, written as a small celebration of man's moon landings. An award-winning co...
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