Albert Lavignac's Galop-Marche à Huit Mains is a unique showstopper of a work, while being approachable to play. Unlike most piano works for 4 performers, Lavignac writes for all musicians to share one instrument, with well choreographed changes between parts that allow for everyone to gather around the instrument.
A performance of this work is sure to be a crowd-pleaser, or an opportunity for great fun in a private read through. While the performance could be flamboyant, the parts themselves are simple enough for a quick read by most pianists.
This new edition of the work relies on the original Lemoine Edition as a source, correcting numerous errors and inconsistencies and laying out the music in a much easier to read format with larger print.
|Instrumentation||Piano 8 Hands|
|Length of Work||4:00|