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Where can I find music to play piano duets?

Last Updated: Jun 05, 2013  |  72 Views
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The Rockville library has music for piano duets (also called "music for 4 hands") by Bach, Handel, Mendelssohn, Schubert, Satie, Schumann, and others.  All of the library's music scores are located at the Rockville campus.  To see what piano duets the library has, click on this link, or the link below "For more Info / Source(s)"

Piano duets (music for 4 hands)

If you have any other questions about music, check the Music Library Guide here

Music Library Guide

If you need further assistance, ask one of the other librarians to help you -- or, you can search the library catalog, Voyager, yourself for music scores.  Go to the Voyager "Advanced" screen.  In the "Type" box, choose "Music Score."

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