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Six Bagatelles for Two Pianos was written in 1963/4, when the composer supported by a scholarship studied the Emmanuel Moórs double-keyboard of 1920 at The Royal Academy of Music, London. The Bagatelles became obsolete together with the double keyboard; though the Bagatelles were heard at the Three Choirs Festival in 1976 played by Jeffery Harris and some of them at a BBC broadcast about the same time. A 2-piano version was made in 2005 with the first performance at the Erik Satie Festival in Arceuil, Paris, 17.05.2013. (Published by Edition-S, 2013). A version for two accordions has been performed twice by Duo MYTHOS in 2014.