From Plank Road Publishingby Karl Hitzemann
"Primo Secondo" is a fun and slightly silly tribute to the musical genre known as "piano four hands," which is music written for one piano played by two people. The basic idea is that two performers sit at one piano. The person on right side playing the upper register is the "Primo," and the person on the left playing the lower register is the "Secondo."
This short song is easy to sing but requires the singers to sing with great enthusiasm and over-the-top enunciation. Your choir should act and look very prim and proper. If you have two student piano players, you could do a live performance. Or use the provided recorded accompaniment and have two of your best piano "fakers" sit at a piano and pretend to play. (from Music K-8, Vol. 29, No. 5)
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