Tea for two

Piano duet transcription of Rite of Spring. Much more moody than the orchestral version.



Eden and Tamir tackle Rite without an orchestra supporting them, instead relying on just four hands and 2 pianos, the first to record this version. With the colors cast in different voices by the Israeli duo, its spectacular to see what is really essential to the piece. A series of unknown drawings grace the cover showing the essential points of paganism – sun/moon cycles, new growth, dancing.

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Writer and Education Professional. Specialties include Ethics, Personal Memoir, Classical music, Tai Chi, Stress Reduction, Meditation, Coping, Classical Music, Aging, Love, Joy, Compassion and Equanimity (& what interests me.)

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