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Back Home Again In Indiana

Composer: James F. Hanley (lyrics by Ballard MacDonald)

Arranger: Anthony Molinaro

Instrument: Piano

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Stride piano arrangement of this jazz standard. Check out my popular YouTube video on learning how to play this style.

Canto Per Mio Padre, Part I

Composer: Anthony Molinaro

Instrument: Piano

Format: PDF

 

This is the title track to my 2010 recording dedicated to my dad. The piece opens the album, introducing works by Schubert / Liszt, Brahms, Debussy, and Rachmaninoff / Molinaro. It returns in its entirety to close the album, framing some of my father's favorite pieces with a work of my own.

Aria from the Goldberg Variations

Composer: J.S. Bach

Arranger: Anthony Molinaro

Instrument: Violin and Cello

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One of my favorite "tunes" arranged for two of my favorite instruments. I recorded the Goldberg Variations on my first album, The Bach Sessions. Check out the album on iTunes.

Arioso from Cantata BWV 156

Composer: J.S. Bach

Arranger: Anthony Molinaro

Instrument: Violin and Cello

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Another of my favorite melodies arranged for violin and cello. This tune serves as the sinfonia of Bach's cantataIch steh mit einem Fuß im Grabe, BWV 156; and later became the basis for the beautiful 2nd movement of Bach's Keyboard Concerto in F Minor, another piece that I recorded as part of the The Bach Sessions. Check out the album on iTunes.

Largo from Piano Concerto No. 5

Composer: J.S. Bach

Arranger: Anthony Molinaro

Instrument: Piano

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This is the middle movement of Bach's Keyboard Concerto No. 5, a piece that I recorded on my debut album, The Bach Sessions. This beautiful and short work was also used by Bach as the first movement of his cantata, BWV 156. I arranged this solo piano version based on my violin and cello arrangement, and the keyboard concerto itself. 

Portrait of Tracy

Composer: Jaco Pastorius

Arranger: Anthony Molinaro

Instrument: Piano

Format: PDF

 

This groundbreaking work was composed and recorded on solo fretless bass by the the legendary artist Jaco Pastorius. I arranged this piece for the pianist Andy Russo's 2008 album, Mixtape. Hear Andy's recording on iTunes.