London Bridge
Piano Method - Digital Sheet Music

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Easy Piano - Level 1 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.1014981

Composed by Traditional English nursery rhyme. Arranged by Karin Weekly. Children,Instructional. Score. 1 pages. Karin Weekly #4595943. Published by Karin Weekly (A0.1014981).

This is a pre-reading version of London Bridge for piano. It only uses letter-named pitches and movement of note heads up and down. It does not use rhythm (except for simple tie lines in the left hand part), fingering, or other musical notations. The right hand part is the melody, and the left hand part consists of periodic tonic or dominant tones. The letters produce the tune in the key of G. With my own piano students, I use this to reinforce understanding of: letter-key names, the concept of sounds moving up and down, and hand coordination.

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