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.
St. Patrick's Day
These lively jigs are just right for students who need some practice in 6/8 rhythm. They're fun to play as well!
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 Major, this expressive piece plays like a "Song without Words". It contains a strong, lyrical melody that has a definite Irish character to it.
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.
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 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.