Sheet Music composed by Lisa Frederick
The Hunt is a lively, evenly-leveled piano duet by Canadian composer Lisa Frederick. This fun showcase duet is ideal for two late-beginners and is a great way to introduce 6/8 time and a variety of articulations.
Digital Sheet Music
The Hunt (Digital: Single User)
The Hunt (Digital: Unlimited Reproductions)
|Method Book Match|
|Number of Pages||4|
About the composer
Lisa Frederick holds an ARCT in Piano Performance from The Royal Conservatory of Music and is a Registered Music Teacher with the Saskatchewan Music Teachers’ Association. Lisa enjoys writing engaging, pedagogically-sound pieces for musicians of all levels. When not at the piano, Lisa enjoys spending time with her family and her rescue pup, Roxy.
You may also be interested in
Spin My Web
Spin My Web is a vexing and spooky, evenly-leveled duet for two late beginners. Composed by Chrisanne Nahum, this student-favorite, remains primarily in 5-finger position as the two parts weave together to spin an intricate web of sound! This piece has been selected for the NFMC Festivals Bulletin, 2020-2024.
No Limits is a fast and flashy duet for two early intermediates. Full of driving, syncopated rhythms this duet is sure to be a hit at your next recital! Music composed by Jennifer Eklund. This piece has been selected for the NFMC Festivals Bulletin, 2020-2024.
Are You Game?
Are You Game? features ten easy solos, duets, and trios composed by Kris Skaletski. These flexible and fun showcase pieces include a variety of performance options and are great for private, partner, and group lessons. Super Soundtrack includes orchestrated backing track and full trio recordings.
Lucky Shamrock, part of Lisa Donovan Lukas’s Dynamic Duos songbook, is a delightful evenly-leveled duet for two late-beginners. Enjoy this piece as a St. Patrick’s Day favorite or at any time of the year! This piece has been selected for the NFMC Festivals Bulletin, 2020-2024.
Jaunty Jalopy is an evenly-leveled duet for early intermediates composed by the Dolce Dolls team of Marcia Benson and Heidi Hansen. The piece was inspired by the story of Samantha, an American Girl Doll. The music begins with horn honks as the jalopy takes off for a sunny drive through the countryside. The music depicts a deflating tire which is promptly inflated so the jalopy can continue on its way.