Words and music by Jonathan Cain, Neal Schon, and Steve Perry [Journey] / arr. Melody Bober
Piano Quartet (2 Pianos, 8 Hands)
2 copies included
From the hit TV shows Glee and American Idol, Journey’s timeless tune will delight audiences. First debuted in 1981, this classic rock piece has been used in many movies as well. Melody Bober's arrangement for two pianos eight hands, is written for intermediate pianists and is set up as two duets (Piano 1 and Piano 2) with primo and secondo parts on facing pages. This popular piece is fun to play while providing important listening skills, technique, rhythmic control, and musicianship. "Don't Stop Believin'" is excellent for recitals, piano ensemble classes, and "monster" concerts.