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.
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.
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).