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 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.
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.
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.
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.