Since some members really only visit the audition room, I am putting this thread here. I’ll delete it as soon as it has been exhausted. I was just on imslp looking for a certain Rachmaninoff piece and stumbled upon a Romance he wrote for piano, six-hands. And I got to wondering…. Do you think it is possible for three of us here to each play one of the parts, and then with an editing program someone in the group could put the three parts together? The piece I saw looks very easy and maybe if the three players used a metronome while they play their part, and their pianos were well enough in tune, then it could work, right? Wrong? Here is the link to that Rach piece: http://imslp.info/files/imglnks/usimg/f ... 3-pnos.pdf Or perhaps you know of a better piece to do something like this – maybe even a four, five, or six pianos piece. I think it would be kind of neat to have a few players from different places on the globe join together like this. It would certainly be unique to Piano Society. Anyone interested in trying something like this out, or this a dumb idea?