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Playing the piano is more fun with a friend! These duets and ensembles are perfect for beginner to intermediate students.
Jazz piano sheet music for students at an intermediate level.
These lucky piano pieces are great for students who want to celebrate this traditional Irish holiday.
These popular hymns have been arranged for beginning to intermediate students.
Roses are red, violets are blue, this Valentine's Day piano sheet music was written just for you!
Halloween piano sheet music that's fun, spooky, and perfect for students young and old.
Whether teaching beginners, intermediate, or advanced students, teachers know the pieces that work. At Sunrise Piano, we have our "tried and true" favorites chosen most often by teachers -- pieces that capture the interest of students and challenge them to practice harder. It was difficult to narrow the list down
Ludwig van Beethoven - Für Elise
Cornelius Gurlitt - Allegretto in D
Cornelius Gurlitt - Fanfare
Cornelius Gurlitt - Arabesque
Samuel Arnold - Gigue
Franz Joseph Haydn - Minuet
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Minuet in F
Robert Schumann - Soldiers' March
William Duncombe - Sonatina in C
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Allegro
Antonio Diabelli - Bagatelle
Franz Joseph Haydn - Country Minuet
Ludwig van Beethoven - Ecossaise in G
Ludwig van Beethoven - German Dance
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - German Dance
Johann Sebastian Bach - March in D
Jean Philippe Rameau - Menuet en Rondeau
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Minuet and Trio, K.1
Johann Sebastian Bach - Minuet in G Major 114
Johann Sebastian Bach - Minuet in G Major 116
Johann Sebastian Bach - Minuet in G Minor 115
Allessandro Scarlatti - Minuetto Scherzando
Franz Joseph Haydn - Rustic Dance
Louis-Claude Daquin - Tambourin
Robert Schumann - The Wild Rider
Carl Czerny - Etude
Robert Schumann - First Loss
Georg Philipp Telemann - Gigue à l'Angloise
Friedrich Burgmüller - Inquietude
Stephen Heller - L 'Avalanche
Francois Couperin - La Charolaise
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Minuet
Jean-Baptiste Duvernoy - Novelette Romantique
Johann Sebastian Bach - Prelude in C Major
Friedrich Burgmüller - Progress
Fritz Spindler - Sonatina
Thomas Attwood - Sonatina in G
Ludwig van Beethoven - Sonatina in G
Albert Ellmenreich - Spinning Song
Robert Schumann - The Merry Farmer
Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky - Italian Song
Robert Schumann - Knight of the Rocking Horse
Robert Schumann - Knight Ruppert
Frederic Chopin - Mazurka in A Minor
Robert Schumann - Of Foreign Lands and People
Frederic Chopin - Prelude
Edvard Grieg - Sailor's Song
Ludwig van Beethoven - Six Variations on a Swiss Air
Heinrich Lichner - Sonatina in F
Muzio Clementi - Sonatina Op. 36 No. 1
Muzio Clementi - Sonatina Op. 36 No. 2
Frederic Chopin - Waltz in A Minor
Franz Schubert - Waltz Op. 9 No. 1
Franz Schubert - Waltz Op. 33 No. 7
Robert Schumann - Important Event
Johann Sebastian Bach - Invention No. 8
Franz Schubert - Moment Musical
Frederic Chopin - Polonaise
Edvard Grieg - Puck
Domenico Scarlatti - Sonata in D Minor
Edward Macdowell - To a Wild Rose
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Turkish March
Franz Schubert Valse Sentimentale
Johannes Brahms Waltz Op. 39 No. 15
Robert Schumann Fantasy Dance
This piece has a classical feel to it with an Alberti Bass harmony supporting the melody. It is in the key of A Major and asks students to identify some of the triads in that key.
This duet, written for 1 piano, 4 hands, is in the style of the Grand Waltz from the Romantic Era. Polyphonic at times, it has some surprising sounds as the familiar tune weaves its way from beginning to end. It is a fun piece for students to play and perform.
This familiar "Happy Birthday" song is written in the key of A Major for students to play for those special birthday occasions.
This Scottish folk song, recalling the journey of Bonnie Prince Charlie's escape to the Isle of Skye, has been arranged for piano solo. The haunting melody has been popularized recently as the theme of "Outlander," a television series set in the highlands of Scotland.
This well loved folk hymn has inspired congregations for many years. As a piano arrangement, its beautiful melody can continue the inspiration as students perform it at church functions.
Based on the melody of a French folk song, this late-intermediate arrangement turns a simple motive into a sophisticated and beautiful piano piece that students (as well as teachers) will love to play.
This beginning piece is in the category of silly songs that never end. At the bottom of the piece, students are asked to come up with their own ending so they can stop playing it over and over again.
This easy piece for beginning students uses middle C and C hand positions alternately, with an 8va at the end that moves both hands higher.
This Christmas carol of German origin is arranged in a casual jazz style with a light swing to it.
The name of this piece comes from English folklore. Long ago, the phenomenon of strange lights that flickered over peat bogs were explained as "Foolish Fire", "Will-o'-the Wisp", and "Jack-o'-the Lantern." It is written in the key of B minor, but weaves C Major into its mysterious harmonies.
This "magical" suite can be performed as one piece or as three separate pieces. It begins with a fast, furious tempo that changes to a delicate middle part and then ends with some playfulness. Advanced students will love adding it to their repertoire.
Christmas piece arranged for beginning students to play and enjoy over the holidays.
"Jolly Old St. Nicholas", "O Christmas Tree", and "Jingle Bells" are the three Christmas pieces that make up this intermediate sonatina. It begins in the key of C Major with the first movement, then changes to the key of G Major for the last two.
This familiar Christmas piece has been arranged for a 4 piano ensemble. It can be performed on synthesizers too, with each part playing a different instrument for an orchestrated effect.
This traditional Christmas carol has been arranged for a beginning trio, with all parts in 5-finger patterns. It can be performed on 1 piano or on 3 electric pianos, using a flute sound for the top part and some percussion for the lower part.
Written in the Key of F Minor, this piece is in 6/8 time. Heavily accented octaves and sixths contrast with lighter, legato passages, evoking the feel of the Witches menacing flight.
Christmas song arranged for students who are playing in 5-finger patterns in D major.
This traditional Ukrainian Christmas carol, a favorite with students, has been arranged on a level 3-4.
Welsh Folk Song is based on the tune, "All Through the Night" and plays like a lullaby in 3/4 time. It makes use of secondary triads as well as the standard primary triads found in most folk songs. Movement in the left hand keeps the rhythm flowing as the beautiful melody intertwines throughout.
America's national anthem has been arranged in a solemn setting in this piano solo written for the late intermediate student.
From glass slippers, ruby slippers, golden and red shoes, these magical footwear have a prominent place in fairy tale literature. This haunting piece in the key of C minor puts music to the stories.
This piece, written in the Romantic style, is great for late-intermediate adult students and teenagers. The melody moves alternately from left to right hand, creating a lot of interest as the piece moves forward. It is written in the key of G minor.
This carol of German origin has been arranged in a delicate setting in 3/4 time. Originally in 4/4, this new meter gives the piece a fresh, flowing feel throughout. It is written in C Major, modulating to A-flat Major towards the end.
This piece begins in 9/8 time, with lots of arpeggios intertwining around a melodic line. It later "slows" to a 3/4 meter, becoming more lyrical before returning to 9/8 to end. It's a great etude for students on this level who want to use their arpeggio skills in a creative setting.
This traditional French Christmas carol has been arranged with a rhythmic, driving beat that is constantly changing time signatures. It slows down for an expressive middle part, then returns to the rhythmic style again as it proceeds to an exciting ending.
This romantic piece recreates a snowy sleigh ride in winter. It is written in the key of G minor.
This patriotic piece is well known in America as "My Country 'Tis of Thee" and in the UK as "God Save the King/Queen". Its inspiring melody begins in a solemn mood that evolves to a contemplative setting and finally to its lively, spirited ending.
This mysterious piece, written in the key of C minor, will add some flavor to your student's repertoire and to your recitals! It has a steady 6/8 rhythm and exotic sounding scale passages that bring to mind an ancient Persian Caravan making its way through the desert.
This is a traditional Christmas song, arranged in the Key of E flat Major, for the level 4-5 student to play. It makes use of octaves in both hands and has a good contrast between legato and staccato notes throughout.
This delicate arrangement of a beloved Christmas carol begins with the melody in the left hand, moving to the right as it develops. It's a beautiful piece for a Christmas concert or church program.
This piece is an arrangement of the tune "The Irish Washer-Woman", a lively traditional jig with lots of movement and a catchy melody. It is a challenging yet fun piece to play for students on a late intermediate level.
This favorite hymn, based on a Swedish folk melody, is perfect for the late-intermediate student to learn for church offertories, preludes, and performances.
This Old English Christmas carol has been arranged in a jazz setting in the key of E minor. It's a fun piece for teachers to play as well as students, so get yourself in a syncopated mood and remember to "swing the eighths!"
The beautiful hymn-tune of this piece was written by Conrad Kocher well over a hundred years ago. This piano arrangement in the key of G Major, is flowing and upbeat, with a touch of syncopation woven into its rhythm.
With a tempo marking of Allegro Furioso, this piece evokes the imagination to conjure up the fantasy of a dragon in flight, fierce and ferocious.
This flowing, lyrical ballade is in the key of e minor. It is an interesting and rewarding piece for teenagers and adults, who are playing on a level 5 - 6, to learn for their repertoire.
This piece is written in the key of G flat Major, in 6/8 time. The "Allegro" tempo can be challenging, especially when the eighth notes compete 2 against 3. It's a fun, showy piece for the late intermediate (almost early advanced) student.
Written in the key of E minor, this piece has a mixture of autumn's playful side along with the reflective quality of the season. It's a good seasonal piece for late intermediate students to learn.
This lyrical piece is written in 3/4 time (except for 1 measure that changes to 4/4), and in the key of E Major. Left hand and right hand harmonies intertwine around a delicate right hand melody, giving it a tapestry effect much like an arabesque.
This delicate "Impromptu" has a mix of rubato in its tempo and a feeling of rushing forward to create the illusion of a warm summer breeze.
A lively piece written in 6/8 time, "A Day in Dublin" has a very Irish sound to it. It's in the key of D Major and is on a level 5-6.
The tune for this piece is taken from an African-American spiritual. It begins and ends in the key of A major, moving into C major as it develops, then gracefully back to A major to end.
This is a rhythmic piece set in a Mixolydian mode. The first part starts with the mode on "G" then moves it to a "D" for an expressive middle section. It does a Da Capo back to the mode on "G", ending with a coda on a G7 chord with a suspended 4th. It's a musical adventure with a safari theme!
This technical study will help students with legato and staccato touches, correct fingering of scale passages and broken chords, and playing at an even "allegretto" tempo while doing them.
This familiar waltz has been arranged in the key of G Major for the intermediate student.
This is a simplified arrangement of Robert Schumann's first piece from "Scenes from Childhood" Opus 15. It is written in the key of C Major, in 3/4 time (the original key signature was G Major, with a 2/4 time signature that used triplets).
A delicate piece, based on "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star", is set in a jazz waltz. This solo is especially appealing for older intermediate students and adults who like playing in this genre.
This piano arrangement is taken from a Scottish folk song. It has a lively 6/8 rhythm with a touch of "bagpipes" added in. Starting in the key of G Major, it modulates to E Major at the end.
This piece takes on the many moods of a winter in New York. Beginning with a slow, moody sound, it soon changes to a bright animation that comes full circle as the piece progresses then returns to the first motif once again. This light jazz piece makes use of casual syncopation and seventh chords.
This stately version of the Old English folk song is arranged for intermediate students playing on a level 4. It is written in the key of E minor.
This Traditional English Carol has been arranged for students who are on a level 4-5. It is written in the key of E flat Major and makes use of both legato and staccato touches throughout the piece.
This intermediate piece is written in the key of A Minor for a magical, mysterious sound. The use of scale passages and arpeggios gives movement to the piece as well.
This is a short, fun arrangement of a popular Christmas song that was written by Benjamin Hanby from Ohio in 1864. The melody is shared by both hands alternately and left hand melodic octaves are used a lot to help keep the rhythm going.
This piece in the key of A minor is fast, showy, and makes for a great performance piece for recitals and festivals.
These lively jigs are just right for students who need some practice in 6/8 rhythm. They're fun to play as well!
This waltz has been arranged in the key of G Major for the intermediate student.
There's lots of staccatos in this fun piece written in the key of D Major. The middle section moves to G Major briefly, then returns to the original key. It ends with D Major scale passages in both hands.
This delicate piece is in the style of a Theme and Variations. It is for students playing on a level 3 - 4.
This familiar waltz has been arranged in the key of G Major.
Beginning in the key of E flat Major then modulating to the key of C Major, this familiar hymn has a lot of interest for the intermediate student. The use of slightly non-traditional harmonies and some variations on the melody gives a fresh sound to a traditional piece.
This 17th century English carol is arranged for 1 piano/4 hands.
This seasonal piece is written in the key of G Major and makes use of parallel thirds and some extended chords in the bass. Fingering is marked clearly to help the students master these elements.
This duet moves along in a breezy 3/4 rhythm. It has a carefree melody that alternates from primo to secondo, giving interest to both parts.
This blustery seasonal piece is written in the key of A minor. It uses a lot of cross-hand arpeggios that ascend up the keyboard then back down again, giving a feeling of the wind's playfulness in Autumn.
This bright piece stays close to the G Major 5-finger pattern, with the right hand venturing out occasionally to a treble C and D position. It's a great for introducing young students to the classical sonatina style.
This fun piece is written with a fast swing tempo in 4/4 time. In the key of C Major, it is easily accessible for students playing on a level 3.
The use of diminished seventh arpeggios as well as scale passages create the intensity of a summer storm in this piece written in the key of A minor.
This flowing piece in 3/4 time begins in the key of D minor, moves to D Major, then back to the minor as it progresses. Older students and adults who are playing on an intermediate level will like its lyrical style and complex harmonies.
The Mixolydian Mode beginning on G, and then transposed to D, has been used in this Intermediate piece to create an old-time fiddle tune in 4/4 time.
1st: Written in Sonata-Allegro form, this is an excellent technical piece. 2nd: This is a slow piece in the Key of D Major. 3rd: This Rondo has a lot of motion. It's challenging for a level 5-6 student, but also very rewarding.
This lively piece makes use of scale passages in both the right and left hands alternately. It's a fun piece for a level 5-6 student to play.
One of the most cherished Christmas carols, this arrangement for the Intermediate student uses left hand arpeggios to create a simple, flowing harmony throughout.
This folk song has been arranged for 1 piano, 4 hands. It is written in the Key of E flat Major.
This arrangement, taken from an English folk song, is written for 1 piano, 4 hands. The beautiful, familiar melody alternates from secondo to primo throughout the piece.
This duet is for 2 pianos, 4 hands. The first part is taken from a lively dance tune written by Haydn centuries ago, with the second part playing a new, original melody that compliments the first. Students will have fun as they learn each part separately, then perform them together at recitals.
This intriguingly simple piece, written in the Key of G Major, is accessible to level 4-5 students. It is in 4/4 meter and marked "rubato".
Written in the Key of G Major, this piece is ideal for the intermediate student interested in jazz and improvising.
A flowing 3/4 rhythm gives this piece an exotic, peaceful sound. Left hand patterns make it easy for the level 2-3 student to learn.
This hymn was brought to the "New World" in the early 1600's. It soon became a favorite in the American colonies. It is still sung today as a traditional Thanksgiving hymn.
This is a slow ragtime waltz, written by Scott Joplin and arranged for the level 3-4 student. In the key of C Major, it contains a syncopated 3/4 rhythm.
This piece, written from the blue's scale beginning on D, allows students to do some of their own improvising on that scale. The 4/4 rhythm invites the performer to swing the eighths for that relaxed, "bluesy" feel students enjoy playing.
This piece is a simplified arrangement of the Scott Joplin original. It has a lively tempo and the syncopated, "ragged" rhythm typical of all ragtime pieces.
Written in the Key of B flat Major, this traditional Thanksgiving Day song is on a level 3-4.
This duet is an arrangement of the Musette in D Major taken from the Anna Magdalena Notebook. It stays true to the original, with a few fun additions.
This melody, made into a simple arrangement, is from the traditional Scottish Gaelic tune known as "Bunessan".
Taken from the old Gaelic folk tune "Bunessan", this hymn arrangement is perfect to play for church offertories as well as student recitals.
This original ragtime piece is written in the key of C Major in 4/4 time, with a moderate swing for the eighth notes. The middle part modulates to the Key of F Major, then returns to C Major at the end. Students will love the popular ragtime style.
This original piano solo written in the Key of G Major, is in the style of a classical-era minuet.
Written for 1 piano, 4 hands, this duet is an arrangement of Scott Joplin's popular ragtime piece which was originally published as a piano solo in 1899. It's lively, ragtime rhythm makes it just as popular today, and twice the fun when played as a duet.
This well-known and beloved Irish folk tune has been arranged for piano solo in a late-intermediate setting. Teachers, this one is for you! (But feel free to let your older students play it too, if you must.)
Written in the key of A minor, this short piece has a classical feel to it that will appeal to older students on this level.
This is a lovely piece written in the key of A Major. It has a delicate, simple melody in the right hand with a lot of left hand movement supporting it. It's a good piece for older intermediate students, especially adults, who want to learn something they can enjoy playing.
The inspiration for this intermediate solo was taken from one of Scotland's beautiful lakes. It is a flowing piece, written in the key of G minor.
This duet, based on an English folk tune, is great for level 2-3 students. Both the primo and secondo stay close within the D Major hand position throughout the piece.
This lively ragtime piece is for students who are playing on a level 3 - 4. It is written in the key of C Major.
Written in 6/4 time, this arrangement of a well known African folk song keeps a steady beat as it moves from the key of G major to D major.
This well known spiritual has the words included for a sing-a-long with accompaniment, but can also be played as a piano solo. It's set in the key of e minor.
This old English melody (aka "What Child is This") has been arranged in a duet. It is set in the key of G Minor.
Written in the Key of D Minor, this Halloween piece begins with the secondo playing the first section alone, with the primo adding in on the repeat and playing throughout the rest. It "swings" the eighth notes, and the primo does a brief "cross hand" part in the middle. It is in ternary form.
The primo for this duet is the original Gigue by Telemann. It has been partnered by a second piano part.
This fast dance in a lively 6/8 meter is written in the key of D Major. It's almost like a dance for the hands too, once the fingers have been carefully choreographed into their precise patterns.
Written in the Key of G Major, this broken chord etude is excellent for students who are starting to learn extended fingering outside the beginning 5-finger patterns.
Beethoven's familiar piano solo has been partnered with a second piano for fun and variety. The second part is keeping with the character of the original piece. It is suggested to play the first part through as a solo then adding the second piano for the duet.
Written in 3/4 time with a moderate tempo, this piece begins in the Key of A Minor, modulating into A Major for a "lift" in its original mood. It returns to A Minor briefly, then ends with a picardy 3rd on the last chord. Students on an intermediate level will find it rewarding and fun to play.
Part of Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker Suite, this magical piece has been written as a piano duet for intermediate performers.
A lively ragtime piece in 4/4 time, "Cotton Candy Rag" is a great piece for the intermediate student to learn for a recital or just for fun.
This beloved hymn has been simplified so students can accompany singers at home or at church. 2 verses are included.
This hymn arrangement is on an intermediate level and can be given to grade 3 - 4 students.
This lively medley in 6/8 time uses the English Carol "I Saw Three Ships" and the French Carol "Bring a Torch Jeanette Isabella" in an ABA form. It's a good piece to learn just for fun or for a special Christmas recital or performance.
This piece, written in the key of G major, gracefully flows through a pattern of fourth intervals as it creates an illusion of lanterns swaying in the breeze.
This light character piece puts to music what we have all experienced-- that moment when you're caught in the rain. It's written in the key of F major but opens with the supertonic of that key, g minor, for a suspenseful feel.
This piece is written for Intermediate students who are interested in jazz and improvisation. Its lively tempo and swing rhythm makes it a fun piece to play as well.
This beautiful hymn tune by Phoebe Knapp has been arranged in 6/8 time in the key of D Major. It has a relaxed, flowing style that moves the melody forward in an expressive way.
The melody of this piano solo is taken from an Irish Hymn Tune. Its simple, reverent setting makes it perfect for church meetings, offertories, preludes, and special musical numbers.
This flowing arrangement of a much-beloved hymn has a prayerful setting to it. Jean Sibelius wrote the original tune, 'Finlandia', as part of a group of symphonic poems. His inspiration for them came from Finnish folk legends.
This short piece, written by Beethoven, has been partnered with a second piano part on the same level as the original. You can print only the original piece to be used as a solo, or both parts for an interesting two-piano duet.
Written in the key of A Major, this expressive piece plays like a "Song without Words". It contains a strong, lyrical melody that has a definite Irish character to it.
This is an arrangement of the Mendelssohn Opus 53, No. 3 piece in the key of G Minor. It has been simplified for students who are playing on a level 5-6. While it is not recommended for competitions or festivals, it is a fun piece to learn for recitals or as an introduction to the original solo.
This piece is written in the Aeolian mode beginning on A, giving it a mysterious, ancient sound.
This whimsical waltz is written in the key of D Major. The patterns created throughout the piece are easy to learn, and the fingering is precise and clear. It's a fun solo for students on an intermediate level.
This lively piece in 4/4 time is on the same level as the "March in D" from the Anna Magdalena notebook. It begins in G Major and modulates to C Major, making use of scale passages along the way.
This gentle lullaby is set in the key of C Major. It has a light, rocking motion and a melody that repeats in variations, lulling baby to sleep.
Taken from Antonio Vivaldi's "The Four Seasons" violin concerto (composed in 1723), this piece has been arranged for a 1 piano, 4 hands duet . It's also fun to play on a synthesizer, using the strings and orchestra settings to give it more of an "authentic" sound.
This playful piece in 4/4 time begins in C Major 5-finger pattern, then moves out slightly from that pattern as the piece progresses. Careful attention to fingering is necessary to make the changes work smoothly.
This classical piece has been simplified for early intermediate students to enjoy.
For students on this level who want to learn "Happy Birthday to You", this arrangement in F Major is "just the key".
Expect a lot of hand changes in this piece, especially in the right hand. The left hand starts with a dotted quarter to eighth note rhythm, giving it a casual beat in the bass. Even with these challenges, it is a piece that students can easily learn, especially with some hands separate practice.
A fun piece of Americana for the level 2-3 student, "Yankee Doodle" is written in the Key of G Major and is in 4/4 time. Two verses with words are given for singing along.
This 1 piano, 4 hands duet has the primo moving from the right side of the bench to the left... and back again, and again! It's a fun piece with lots of room for performance choreography. It's written in the key of d minor.
This piece is full of staccatos and has lots of movement to imitate the sound of a sleigh ride in the winter. It's a fun, lively piece for a level 2-3 student to play.
This fast piece in cut time is written in the key of E Minor. The easy right hand patterns create intense movement, evoking the image of wild horses galloping through a canyon.
Set in the key of d minor and modulating to the relative key of F Major, this classic Christmas piece, written by the Reverend John Henry Hopkins Jr. (1820-1891), has been arranged for a level 3 student to play. The words, which were also written by Hopkins, are also included.
This Huron carol was written in 1640 by a Jesuit missionary and is considered Canada's earliest Christmas carol. In the key of E minor, this arrangement is on an early intermediate level.
Students will enjoy playing this mysterious piece that begins in a C minor hand position. It moves through eighth note scale passages in both the left and right hand, keeping the fingers moving and creating a lot of interest in the process.
This is an easy arrangement of a very familiar melody. The original score was written by Grieg as part of the "Peer Gynt" suites.
This classical piece has been simplified for early intermediate students to enjoy.
Written in the key of G minor, this melancholy piece makes use of a recurring right hand melody as the left hand changes beneath it. Good seasonal piece for older students to play.
There's some finger crossing happening in this fun piece in the key of C minor, but mostly it stays in the C minor 5-finger pattern. The rhythm has a lot of syncopation that can be taught by rote or slowed down for counting out loud.
This lively piece is taken from a ragtime style of music called the cakewalk. It alternates between minor and major "A" hand positions.
Beginning in a low G minor position then modulating to G Major in the middle, this piece has a lot of contrast and interest for students. The right hand moves from G positions up to a high C and then back again. Careful attention to fingering allows students to pass between these sections freely.
This piece is based on a Native American chant that celebrates a feast day. It is written in the key of e minor.
Written in sonatina form, this seasonal piece in three movements is perfect for a Halloween recital.
This is an easy piece to learn and a fun piece to play. It's definitely one of those "student saver" pieces that helps keep young students interested as they learn to play the piano.
As the title suggests, this is a quiet, gently moving seasonal piece that makes use of left hand triads. It is an ideal piece for older students and adults who are on this level.
This lively duet is taken from a traditional English folk dance. Both parts are in D Major 5-finger pattern.
This song is traditionally sung on Hanukkah after the lighting of the festival lights. It has been set in the key of G Major.
This piece has been set in a G Minor hand position (with a few extensions) to give it a mysterious sound. It's a good "student saver" that's fun to do without being too complicated.
This duet has an easy, upbeat rhythm in the secondo and a casual, relaxed melody in the primo that blend together for a very fun experience. It just might put you in the mood for a pineapple slush!
This classical piece has been simplified for early intermediate students to enjoy.
This piece is also a worksheet on naming triads. Students can fill in the blanks to name each triad before playing the piece, reinforcing the importance of identifying bottom notes first when sight-reading chords.
This Valentine piece is fun and easy for students on this level. It moves around in 5-finger patterns that center around G, F, and C Major.
Written in the Key of F Major, this simple sonata has a left hand alberti bass, with the right hand melody centered close around F Major hand position.
Beginning in an A Major hand position, this moderate blues piece has a relaxed tempo with a lazy "swing" to it. The hand position moves and extends from the beginning 5-finger pattern as the piece progresses in an easy, accessible way. The pedal is used and is marked clearly in each measure.
A character taken from ancient petroglyphs is the theme for this piece written for the early intermediate student. The D minor setting gives a mysterious nature to it.
Great for Halloween recitals, this piece starts in the key of G minor and ends in D minor, using mostly 5-finger patterns from those keys.
This slow, lyrical piece uses 5-finger patterns and some "extensions" of those patterns for students who are starting to read music outside of the beginning positions. Pedal markings are indicated, but are kept simple for this level of playing.
This humorous piece for the early intermediate student moves back and forth from a D Major hand position to a d minor pattern, with a few unexpected surprises in-between.
Do you know how many Pilgrims were at that first Thanksgiving? This piece, written in D minor and D major 5-finger patterns will get you thinking about it!
This breezy piece in 3/4 time is written in the key of C Major. Broken left hand chords combine with right hand scale passages to make the feel of a nineteenth century carriage ride.
The excitement and hustle of a baseball game is what this level 2 piece is all about. The fact that it also helps teach a Rondo form, D Major scale, and some syncopation is a nice added bonus.
This fast piece is great for students playing on a 2b - 3a level. It begins in an A Major hand position and moves throughout the piece into various other positions, always staying in a 5-finger pattern.
This traditional English carol begins and ends in 6/8 time, with the middle section in 4/4. It is written in the key of C Major.
Just right for Halloween ensemble recitals, this duet for 1 piano, 4 hands is just spooky enough to get everyone in the Halloween mood!
This rhythmic piece is fun for Halloween. It begins in a low C 5-finger pattern and moves to the dominant and subdominant positions as the piece progresses. The left hand plays a boogie bass pattern throughout.
The fourth fingers are used a lot in this etude in C Major, helping to strengthen the technic for these weaker, less used fingers.
This fast piece, marked vivace, is in the Key of E Minor. Written in 3/8 time, it uses sixteenth and eighth note patterns for a lively dance rhythm.
Written in the Key of G Minor, this piece keeps the left hand harmony marking out a percussive rhythm while the right hand alternates between C Minor and G Minor hand position.
A lively jig, written in 3/4 time with dotted quarter and eighth note rhythm patterns, this piece is ideal for early intermediate students to play for recitals or just for fun.
The Primo part of this duet is written for the late elementary student. The right hand is in C Position and the left hand is in D. The Secondo part is on an intermediate level with lots of position changes, making this piece ideal for students who are on slightly different levels.
This familiar Thanksgiving hymn was originally written for the English harvest festivals. It has been arranged in the key if F and simplified for early intermediate student to play. Words have been included for home and church sing-a-longs.
Julia Ward Howe wrote the words to this American Hymn in 1861 at the beginning of the Civil War. She put the words to music, using a traditional melody. Her hymn soon became a popular patriotic song of the Civil War era that is still sung today.
Written in the key of F Major, this traditional Christmas carol in 3/4 time has been simplified for students on a level 2b to play.
At the End of the Rainbow piano sheet music.
The beautiful melody of this piece is taken from an English folk song. It is written in G Major 5-finger pattern for the level two student and can be played as a solo or with the teacher's part added.
Using all 5 C's (middle,treble and bass, high and low), this piece is a good teaching tool for learning the different C positions. It's also a fun piece for the late elementary student to play.
This piece begins in G Major 5-finger position, moving to D Major in the middle section then back to G. It's a good piece for students who are still working within 5-finger patterns.
This ensemble piece is written for 1 piano and 6 hands. Its beautiful melody is taken from a Chinese Folk Song.
This traditional Christmas carol has been arranged in the C Major 5-finger pattern, occasionally moving down to a B in both hands, and up to an A with a left hand cross-over.
This simplified arrangement of the well-known Swedish Folk Hymn is easily accessible for students on a level 2. It clearly marks out all hand positions and fingerings for easier reading on this level.
This beautiful Christmas carol has been arranged in the key of D Major for level 2 students to play.
This piece, written in an easy boogie woogie style, is a great piece for students to learn for Valentine's Day
This piece with a relaxed tempo in 4/4 time, is in the Key of C Major. The right hand drills the student on descending 1st inversion triads, while the left hand does a boogie bass with swinging eighth note patterns. A fun piece for students to practice 1st inversion triads.
Halloween piece for students who are playing in 5-finger patterns in C minor hand positions.
This 1-piano, 4-hands duet is in the G Major 5-finger hand position. Its lively tempo and polyphonic nature makes it a favorite for students.
Halloween piece for students who are playing in 5-finger patterns in D minor hand position.
This piece for St. Patrick's Day is written in G Major hand position. The right hand moves to a treble C position briefly, and then back to G. It has a lively rhythm in 3/4 time.
This holiday piece begins in Middle C position, then moves the left hand down to C position in the middle section. It's a fun, easy piece for late elementary students to learn for Thanksgiving.
This piece with a quiet mood to it is written for the late elementary student. It begins in a high C position with the right hand and in middle C position with the left.
This traditional Hanukkah song is arranged on a level 2-3 for students to play. Words are included so friends and family can sing along.
This Traditional Thanksgiving Song has been simplified for late elementary students to enjoy. It is written in the key of C Major.
This English folk song has been arranged in an A Major hand position for level 2 students. It changes to E Major position in the middle then returns to A Major at the end, with a short cross-hand part included.
Written in the key of A minor, this piece has a mysterious nature to it. The motion of the 3/4 meter and the change to C Major in the mid-section gives it a feeling of adventure as well.
This flowing piece for young students begins in a C Major 5-finger pattern, then moves to a treble C pattern. The right hand plays a C Major arpeggio at the end, making the "kite" go higher and higher, up to the sky.
Students on a level 1b-2a will enjoy this piece written in the G Major 5-finger hand position. It begins on the tonic triad, played broken then blocked -hands separate, and ends with it played hands together.
Christmas song arranged for students who are playing in 5-finger patterns in D major.
Words are included in this carol so students can practice their accompanying skills with friends and family during the Christmas holidays.
This fun piece for young students introduces the F Major scale. It begins in middle C position then moves out to F Major position as the right hand ascends.
This fun piece for young students alternates the right hand from a high C to a G position, with the left hand mostly in middle C position.
This arrangement of a favorite children's song is written for 1 piano, 6 hands. All three parts are arranged with a lot of action and fun for beginners.
This fun piece for Easter makes use of staccatos for the bunny "hops". It is written in the C Major 5-finger pattern with one crossover note to treble C.
Written entirely in the G Minor hand position, this piece is a favorite with students on a level 1b-2a level. For special effects, the damper pedal is used and both hands play 8va throughout the piece.
This duet is based on a whole tone scale, giving it that feeling of "space", or typically, "outer-space". It's a lot of fun to play this on an electric piano for a more eerie sound, but works just as well on an acoustic piano too.
This Old Welsh Christmas carol has been arranged in a low G Major hand position for late elementary students to play. It moves out into a high C position briefly in the middle, then returns to G position for the ending.
Fun for Thanksgiving, this level 1B piece is in Middle C Position. It moves out to a Treble C Position as it progresses.
This piece is on a level 2b. It begins in C Major 5-finger hand position, with the right hand moving to a higher C, then D position as the piece progresses. It has a lively, 4/4 ragtime rhythm.
This piece, written in the key of A Minor, has a lot more accidentals than the G# normally found in this key. It makes for an unusual sound for an equally unusual subject.
Halloween piece for students who are playing in 5-finger patterns in A minor hand position.
This minor piece on an elementary level uses both staccato and legato touches alternately throughout.
This late-elementary solo is written in an A Major 5-finger pattern, with the left hand moving an octave lower twice throughout the piece and then back. The pedal is used, but is kept very simple.
This rhythmic piece has both hands in C position, with the primo right hand moving briefly to G then to F position. It begins with the secondo marking out the rhythm while the primo counts two measures of rests before joining in. The train slows down and blows its whistle as it comes to a stop.
Written in C Major 5-finger hand position, this is a fun piece to give students for Valentines' Day.
This piece is in G minor 5-finger pattern. Its lively boogie rhythm and Halloween theme makes it a fun piece for students on a level 2 to learn and play.
A Christmas song arranged for students who are playing in 5-finger patterns in C Major.
This level 2 piece is written in A Major 5-Finger pattern. It moves to D Major 5-Finger pattern briefly in the middle section.
This beginning ensemble is written for 1 piano and six hands, but can be played on three electric pianos instead, using the synthesized sounds to portray the fife and drum.
The left hand has the melody in this beginning piece in 3/4 time, while the right hand repeats a 3-note pattern in high C position.
In C Major hand position, this easy 3/4 piece with a valentine theme is fun for the level 1 student.
These 3 pieces are all in Middle C position for beginning students. Teacher's parts are included for fun at the lesson or to make the pieces stand out in recital performances.
This piece has lots of movement for the beginning student. Most of it stays in middle C position, moving out occasionally to make a "siren" effect.
This familiar hymn has been arranged as a duet. The primo is on a beginner's level and the secondo is intermediate-- for teacher, parent, or older sibling.
This fun piece is in the Key of D Major. The lively, syncopated rhythm is advanced for the beginning student, but is easily achieved when taught by rote.
Both hands play an octave higher throughout in this beautiful, lyrical piece in G Major position.
This piece is in middle C position for young beginners to learn. It has a lyrical nature to it, helping students who are on this level to develop a softer touch when playing.
This Middle C Position piece in 2/4 time has a bouncy, polka-like feel to it. It's a good piece for beginners who are learning in this position and need a longer piece for recitals and festivals.
This piece is in Middle C position for the early beginning student. Teachers might need to show students how to move their left hand down at the end to make the C Major triad snowman.
This is a very easy arrangement of a traditional French carol, with a harder "teacher's part" that could be played by a parent or older sibling. It's just right for a beginning student who needs a special Christmas piece to play for a recital or church program.
Written in middle C position with a Teacher's Part included, this beginning piece is great for a young student's first recital.
This piece is written in Middle C position for the beginning student. It has some cross-over notes that go up to Treble C then down to Bass C, imitating the swing of the ferris wheel.
This beginning piece in 4/4 time is mostly in Middle C hand position. It includes a teacher's part which adds to the rhythmic element of this ceremonial style march.
This beginning piece is in Middle C position. Students can color the Valentines as they memorize each line.
This playful piece for a beginning student is in middle C hand position. It has some staccato and legato markings to show when the kitten is jumping, running, and falling asleep.
For beginning students familiar with Middle C Position, this piece is the perfect recital number when played with the teacher's part (adding moral support as well as musical appeal) for that first important event.
This is a fun supplementary piece for beginning students to play as part of their summer repertoire. It is written in Middle C hand position and uses some flats in the left hand.
Christmas piece arranged for beginning students to play and enjoy over the holidays.
An easy Christmas carol in Middle C position, this piece makes a good performance number for a first Christmas recital, especially when played with the teacher's part.
This fun Christmas piece is arranged for 1 piano, 6 hands. You can create a festive, sleigh bell sound by adding a synthesizer for the first part or by using electronic pianos to orchestrate all 3 parts.
A fun Halloween piece written in middle C position.
This graceful piece in 3/4 time alternates between C Major hand position and Middle C position.
For beginning students who are working in the middle C position, this makes for a great "longer" piece to learn as a supplement to their lesson books.
Beginning students will love the minor sound of this piece as it 'gallops' through from start to finish. Add the teacher's part and you've got a great piece for a recital.
This beginning piece is in middle C position with a cross-over note for the left hand. Young students can have fun crossing over to the "flower" (a high F) three times during the piece as they imitate the flight of the honey bee.
This is a great seasonal piece to give a beginning student for Halloween. It is written in middle C position and has a "spooky" 3/4 waltz tempo.
For teachers who are finding music for their beginning students to perform at the first Fall recital, this piece fits the bill! It has a fun teacher's part too, which helps a lot with a students' confidence during that first performance.
This is a beginning piece for students who like to play sports as well as the piano. The right hand is in a D pattern, and the left hand in a middle C pattern. A teacher's part is included.
With both parts written in Middle C hand position, this piece makes for a fun and easy recital duet for beginners. It's also a great hit with audiences!
This piece is written in Middle C position for the beginning student. It is a fun "extra" piece to give young students who are on this level.
This pre-reading piece is in 3/4 time. It has a teacher's accompaniment that will help students stay in rhythm when counting out the dotted half notes.
This piece is for the very young beginning student who is on a pre-reading level. It is in Middle C position and has a teacher's part included.
This bouncy piece has lots of movement in the left hand and lots of staccatos. It begins in C Major hand position and extends stepwise in both hands.
This 1 piano, 4 hands duet for beginning students has both hands in a middle C position. The secondo is played an octave lower and the primo an octave higher. It's a great piece for a recital and for a beginning student's first duet experience.
This pre-reading piece is for the right hand only. Primer students will have fun playing all four verses and singing along.
This traditional piece is a favorite with young students. Written in Middle C position, young beginners can have fun playing its familiar tune.
This traditional folk song is arranged for 1 piano / 4 hands on a beginning level. The ending has a "double cross-over" with both the primo and secondo reaching out of position for their last note. This is a fun, first piano duet for beginners to learn.
This traditional piece is a favorite with young students. Written in Middle C position, young beginners can have fun playing its familiar tune.
Middle C hand position is the pattern for this fun, pre-reading piece. Both hands go an octave higher when played with the teacher's part.
This Christmas piece is arranged for beginning students to play and enjoy over the holidays.
Written for two beginning students, this Christmas duet keeps both parts in C Major 5-finger pattern.
This pre-reading piece has fingers on the black keys, with left hand playing first, then ending with the right. It uses the quarter rest in its 4/4 rhythm.
The arrangement for this duet puts the primo on a beginning level and the secondo on a more advanced level. Teachers may play along with their students, or pair an older sibling with a younger one for a great patriotic number.
One of the most popular traditional hymns, this piece has been arranged in middle C position for the beginning student. The teacher's part is a beautiful, flowing accompaniment that compliments the familiar melody played by the student.
Primer students will love this Valentine piece in C Major hand position. It is in 3/4 time and uses skips and steps in both hands.
This piece is a fun supplement to give beginning students who are playing on a pre-reading level. It is written in the C Major 5-finger pattern.
This pre-reading piece with teacher's part is perfect to give students to learn for a Halloween recital or just for fun.
This pre-reading piece is written in C Major hand position. The notes move in either skips or steps, and are to be played in a legato style.
This fun piece with an Easter theme is written in middle C position for young students to play.
This piece is on a pre-reading level. Made up entirely of dotted half notes, it allows young students on this level to play the notes slow and connected.
This is a very easy pre-reading piece, using only three fingers with the left hand, and two with the right. It is played on the black keys.
This pre-reading piece is in Middle C position. The first note begins on an A ("A" is for Apple), giving it a minor sound at the start, but modulating at the end of each phrase to a happier, C Major sound. This is a great piece to give young students who are just starting school for the first time.
This fun piece is for students on a pre-reading level. It is in Middle C position.
This is an easy and fun Christmas piece, arranged on a pre-reading level for young students to play.
This pre-reading piece is in C Major 5-finger position. It's a good "extra" piece to give young beginners for the Halloween season.
Written in Middle C position, this pre-reading piece is in 3/4 time and uses quarter rests.
These pre-reading pieces introduce young beginners to the keyboard.
For pre-reading students who would like to learn a duet, this piece is just right! It can be performed on one piano, or on electric pianos for a more creative sound.
Written in Middle C Position, this Christmas carol is for students on a pre-reading level.
Halloween piece written in middle C position.
Halloween piece written in middle C position includes a teacher's part.
The right hand in this piece begins in Middle C position, then ends in a high C position for the effect of the Witches' broom ride. The left hand remains in Middle C position throughout.
Written in a G minor 5-finger pattern, this Halloween piece is perfect for students who have learned this position in their lesson books.