Two Pieces for Piano (1925, John Ireland)

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Two Pieces for Piano is a set of two pieces for piano solo composed in 1925 by John Ireland.[1]

A performance of both pieces takes about 8 minutes. They are:[2][3]

  1. April (5 minutes) [4]
  2. Bergomask

A bergomask is a dance and associated melody and chord progression associated with the town of Bergamo in Northern Italy.

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