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 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.