Matej Meštrović
Matej Meštrović

Twenty Fingers for Two Pianos

Publisher: Croatian Music Information Centre
Publish year: 2009

Edition type: score

Price: 14,60 

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printed edition
Catalogue type:
chamber music
Catalogue subtype:
two solo instruments
two pianos
Number of pages:
Book height:
32 cm
Publication language:
croatian, english
About the music edition:
Matej Meštrović (1969) is an eclectic and versatile composer, having written a large body of works ranging from chamber and orchestral concert music to music for television, theatre, and film. Meštrović’s albums include Zvuci Velebita, Eat Suite (which won a 2014 Independent Music award), My Face Music Book (which won the 2016 Classical Album of the Year and Runner-Up Overall Album of the Year on, Vivaldi 4 Seasons for 3 Pianos (which won the 2017 Global Music Awards Silver Medal for Piano Trio & Album, and Album of the Year (Compilation) on Meštrović is one of the most prominent artists in his native Croatia, holding a City of Zagreb award. At age 16, he became the youngest composer ever to have a work performed at the Croatian Days Festival. For two consecutive years, he has presented a work for the opening ceremony of the Dubrovnik Summer Festival, featuring orchestra, double choir, percussion ensemble, and over 200 dancers. Meštrović’s Danube Rhapsody received its world premiere at Carnegie Hall on April 15th 2018, with the composer at the piano. During Summer 2018, Meštrović was touring all over China, with his trio, the Orient Expresto. Meštrović is an active pianist. He was an early pioneer of Croatian New Age music, which involved a performance with harpist Georgia Kelly at the Zagreb Music Biennale. Recently, he performed in the opening ceremony of the European University Games in Zagreb. Meštrović also arranges piano parts on the albums of pianist Maksim Mrvica, and is an active director of documentaries and travel films.

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