By Vidas Pinkevicius (get free updates of new posts here)
Ausra and I have long been planning to play an original piece for organ duet.
In 2013 I've written my Op. 11 - Fantasia on the Themes by M.K. Ciurlionis for flute and organ and performed in Armenia, France and Spain with flutist Giedrius Gelgotas. Here's the video from our concert in Valencia.
So today I've made an organ arrangement for organ duet out of this piece. I numbered it as Op. 11a.
My student Egle was looking for an original organ duet piece to play with her colleague this summer during a concert so I suggested this arrangement. We'll see if she likes it.
If you have a friend organist, you can play it too.
Ausra and I are definitely going to learn it soon.
The score is available here (organ duet) and here (flute and organ).
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