This piece is perfect. It weaves the two pieces together in a very sophisticated (not cheesy like combination pieces can sometimes be!) and beautiful way. It is not too difficult, and so is a great piece to be able to learn and play during a single holiday season :)
I’m really enjoying this arrangement because you’ve given the left hand more attention than most arrangers do. I’ve discovered this in most of your arrangements, you’ve composed intricate patterns, and in others, you avoid repetitive sequences that I’m commonly used to seeing in the left hand. This arrangement is innovative, refreshing, and enjoyable. Thank you for sharing it and for publishing You Tube videos, so I can watch and listen to your interpretation of it as the composer. I look forward to discovering more of your compositions in the future!
Canon In D Meets Ode To Joy
I shared this with a bride hoping she would choose for her processional…she did!