This piece is also for two piano composed by Antonio Correa
From the composer:
„In 2009 I got a commission for an ensemble piece that called for trumpet, electric guitar, cello, bass and piano. When working on my sketches for it I saw the potential in it as a multiple piano piece so I decided to work on two separate versions at the same time, thus Mr. McArthur came into existence. It is my understanding that the ensemble version of it was played once by the people that commissioned it and never again performed by them (my guess is that they did not like the music one bit, but felt compelled to play it). I never made the score available to other ensembles, as I felt discouraged by the poor reception the piece had by my commissioners. As for the multiple piano version, it only existed in the form of a recording, as it was simply impossible to have the amount of pianos required to play the music available to me in a concert situation.
The piece itself is in way homage to Argentinian composer Alberto Ginastera, or better recognition of the deep impression the last movement from his first Piano Sonata caused me as a piano student. Much in the guise of the music I was writing at the time, it is energetic music that makes great demands on the performers, perhaps not technically but in terms of intention and character. “