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Run, Run!

INSTRUMENT GROUP: Piano or Keyboard
COMPOSER: Octavio Pinto
PUBLISHER: G. Schirmer
PRODUCT TYPE: Book [Softcover]
Brazilian composer Octavio Pinto was in fact not a musician by trade, but actually an architect with a thriving business throughout Brazil. He did manage, however, to get some Piano lessons from the well-known pianistIsidore Philipp as a young man, and he issued a relatively steady stream of music
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Specifications
Instrument Group Piano or Keyboard
Composer Octavio Pinto
Publisher G. Schirmer
Instrumentation Piano
Product Type Book [Softcover]
Style Period Post 1901
Year of Publication 1986
Genre Classical
Style Contemporary
UPC 073999869200
Style Period Post 1901
Series Piano Solo
No. Pages 8
No. HL50286920
Description

Brazilian composer Octavio Pinto was in fact not a musician by trade, but actually an architect with a thriving business throughout Brazil. He did manage, however, to get some Piano lessons from the well-known pianistIsidore Philipp as a young man, and he issued a relatively steady stream of music character and show pieces for solo Piano until he died in 1950. Pinto's most often-played piece of music is one written for and madefamous by his wife, the famous Brazilian pianist Guiomar Novaes: Childhood Memories (Scenas infantis, from 1932).

One of those five pieces for Piano, Run, Run! is now available in this G. Schirmeredition.This brilliant, rapid piece is fun to play and listen to for young and old. The music paints a scene of running children, as the title would suggest, which is interrupted midway through with a calmer section as ‘TheOrgan-Grinder passes by’. Run, Run! is a short, yet effective piece.

Songlist
  • 1. Run, Run!
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