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Originally Posted by Pianist685
Brahms, waltz op. 39 no. 15 in A major.
First of all, Brahms op. 39 no. 15 is in A-flat major and besides it's a solo piece. Maybe you had a different one in mind?

PS: I know about the simplified version by Brahms, which is in A major, but that one is also a solo piece.

My goodness, why isn't it possible to post a tiny suggestion on PW without anybody erroneously claiming I am clueless. You should have read up on the topic before playing the know-it-all. No, you are wrong and not me! Brahms wrote the waltzes op. 39 originally for 4 hands (compare Wikipedia), and the original version of #15 is definitely in A major and not A-flat. Nor is this a solo piece. Brahms then transcribed his waltzes for 2 hands in two versions (one more difficult, the other simplified), and there he changed the key of the non-simplified version of #15 to A-flat. The 3 versions were published at the same time.

Originally Posted by pianoloverus
Brahms arranged all the waltzes for piano duet(not sure if the solo or duet version was the original version) and the duet version of No. 15 is in A major.
No, the other way round, see above. The duet version is the original version.
Originally Posted by pianoloverus
OTOH this piece does not, I think, fit the OP's request because the parts are of equal difficulty and neither part is advanced.
Yes, you are right here, I did not read the OP's request carefully. Sorry.

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Dvorak's Slavonic Dances are in the Late intermediate range with the secondo part being slightly easier (maybe). This is one of several duets from Opus 46 and 72.




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It's kind of an existential question, isn't it? But here's an idea: take Bach Trio Sonatas for organ BWV 525-530, have the intermediate play the pedal part and the advanced play the manual parts. With the sitting position people may not even notice one pianist is only playing a single bass line.


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