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Duel of the Fates

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Duel of the Fates digital sheet music. Contains printable sheet music plus an interactive, downloadable digital sheet music file.
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Title:

Duel of the Fates

By:

Patrik Pietschmann

Instrument:

Piano

Scorings:

Instrumental Solo

Original Published Key:

E Minor

Product Type:

Musicnotes

Product #:

MN0202866

Price:

$9.99
Includes 1 print + interactive copy. Each additional print is $9.99

Number of Pages:

14

Average Rating:

Rated 5/5 based on 1 customer reviews

Top Review:

"It really captures the feeling of the original soundtrack. It is technically challenging w..."

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By:

Patrik Pietschmann

Arranger:

Patrik Pietschmann

Number of Pages:

14

Form:

Solo

Instrument:

Piano

Scoring:

Instrumental Solo

Original Published Key:

E Minor

Product Type:

Musicnotes

Product #:

MN0202866

Metronome:

q = 130

Styles:

Movie/TV

Solo Instrumental

Soundtrack

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Composer:

John Williams

Date:

1999

Publisher:

Alfred Publishing Co., Inc.

Product Type:

Musicnotes

Product #:

MN0202866

From the Show:

Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace

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4/6/2020 10:01:15 AM

Incredible Arrangement

It really captures the feeling of the original soundtrack. It is technically challenging without being needlessly difficult, there are no forced-sounding orchestra-to-piano fillings, and it sounds just incredible. Mr. Pietschmann understands how to build the dramaturgy of the arrangement, and even the calmer phases dont sound... thin. I especially love how the two dueling themes were worked together into a smooth, polyphonic fashion there towards the end - both recognizable but still embedded into the rest of the orchestration. This is exactly what I was looking for.

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