Thanks a lot for all your reactions ! We got the exam with congratulations . I don't know exactly what would be the equivalent level in US, but in France it is one of the last exam of the conservatory (only before the "price" of chamber music, the topest exam for this domain in the conservatory). The arrangement was a part of our program because we also played a 2 pianos transcription by Debussy, of the Studies Op.56 composed by Schuman (originaly for organ). You can find here the midi file: http://www.yousendit.com/transfer.php?acti...2F3C77D235239DF For the score, I'm still hesitating to upload it, I have a friend who upload some years ago on his site his own transcription made by ear of John Williams musics (he wrote many sketchs of Star Wars) but he got trouble because it was illegal... I fear already that sharing the music would not be authorized, so I don't want to have problems because of my score. Hopefully for me, I didn't have to transcribe all this music by ear. I have the chance to have the Signature Edition of the Harry Potter movies, that's the reason why the transcription seems more accurate. I did this transcription in october and I had different objectives: I wanted first, do the entire music rather than the theme only and do it with the most realism possible. Then I wanted to make the 2 pianos parts interesting, I mean that I didn't want to put all the technical difficulties in only one piano, or all the themes for one piano and the accompagnement to the other. During the piece we are often alternating between the main part and the accompagnement, in that case the score is interesting to play for both... The last important point for me was to respect the orchestration of the original score, that's why I was glad to hear that you recognized the timbres of the various instruments Datameister. I mean that we often play the same instruments during all the piece: for exemple, the piano one played always the celesta part, and the second piano the trumpet part for exemple... sure there are exceptions, but I found more logic to do it with this initial idea. I agree. It would be certainly different and more difficult to play, but many parts will be deleted. I already transcribed the Prologue for piano solo and that's sure that all the arpeggios in triplets at the beginning are really "easier" when you have two hands free All your comments on our interpretation are really interesting for me and my colleague. Effectively, we had the idea to re-record it with a better sound quality and in that case, we'll try to correct our "mistakes"... that's not sure for the moment but it would be interesting to do. In all case, that's interesting that several people find the end fast and the sound a bit dry.