Mambo a la Mozart Duet (
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Mambo a la Mozart Duet (
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Mambo a la Mozart is a showstopper duet for two late-intermediates based on Mozart’s iconic theme from his Symphony No. 40 in G minor. Music by Piano Pronto author Jennifer Eklund.
Mambo a la Mozart (Digital: Single User)

Mambo a la Mozart (Digital: Single User)

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Mambo a la Mozart (Digital: Unlimited Reproductions)

Mambo a la Mozart (Digital: Unlimited Reproductions)

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Mambo a la Mozart Duet

    • Style: Latin/Mambo

    • Special features: Advanced recital showcase piece; unique arrangement

    • Correlates to Piano Pronto method books: Finale, Encore and up

    • Level: Late Intermediates - Advanced

    • Tonal center: G minor

    • Teaching concepts: syncopation; montuno patterns; collaborative work

Track Listing

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Additional Details

SKU: PPDS3029
Composer: Mozart
Tonal Center: G minor
Genre(s): Classical, Fast & Flashy, Latin, World Music
Instrumentation: Evenly-Leveled Duet, Piano Duet
Level: Intermediate, Advanced
Medium: Sheet Music
Method Book Match: Finale, Encore

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What a fun piece! It makes you want to dance while playing it. Warning though, it will get stuck in your head for hours!

Oh my! This duet is a student saver! My students smiled all of the way through this piece at group lessons this week. It was a great fit for two of my high school students. This piece provided enough of a challenge for the more advanced student and after editing a few select measures to accommodate the skill level of the other student, enabled the other to "play above" her level.

This piece was a hit at our recital! Fun rhythms to a familiar piece!

Absolutely brilliant! Must have! This is definitely going to be in my next recital. Thank you.

This groovy duet is an absolute blast to play! Both parts are equally engaging, and Mozart's theme is incorporated in a clever yet seamless way. It made my students smile. Highly recommended!