Wilhelm Ganz (1833-1914) was a German musician who escaped from the continent in 1848 and spent the rest of his life in London. As a violinist and conductor, he worked alongside Berlioz and Wagner, and held a singing professorship at the Guildhall School of Music. Despite being well-regarded in his lifetime, his compositional work has largely fallen into obscurity over the last century. Ganz’s Op.12 is Qui Vive (c.1860-70): inspired by the Galop , a lively country dance, but intended for concert performance. It is scored for a Piano Duet, and keeps the pianists entertained by modulating several times through closely linked keys, based around Eb Major.
Instruments - Delivery is FREE within the UK for all instruments. This price you see is the price you pay.
(Instruments over £100 are always sent by our Express service, regardless of the service selected in the checkout.)
Sheet music, accessories & gifts - We offer 3 services:
|Brighton||Out of Stock|
|Hove||Out of Stock|
We are one of the top suppliers of woodwind, brass and orchestral strings across Sussex and are main agents for most of the instruments we sell. We only list instruments we normally carry in stock.
Our instruments are fully checked and set up through our workshop to ensure perfect playing.
Vandoren Traditional Alto Saxophone Reeds
Best Of Adele: 17 Hit Songs For Easy Piano (Piano Vocal Guitar)
Suite Pour Melodyne Piano Duet 4 Hands
3 Popular Pieces: Jesu Joy/Sheep May Safely/Sleepers Wake
Jesu Joy Of Mans Desiring: 2 Pianos Arr Hess (OUP)
Sheep May Safely Graze: Piano Duet
Concerto: E Major: BWV1053: Edition For 2 Pianos (Peters)
Sheep May Safely Graze
Concerto: F Minor: BWV1056: Piano Duet (Peters)
Jesu Joy Of Mans Desiring: Piano Duet