Toccata in G major for late intermediate solo piano
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Piano Solo - Level 4 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.1264625

Composed by Sibylle Kuder. Classical,Contest,Festival,Instructional,Romantic Period,Traditional. Score. 3 pages. Sibylle Kuder #857454. Published by Sibylle Kuder (A0.1264625).

Toccata in G major 

RH continuous eighth note triplets in 3/4 time except that most measures start with an eighth rest. RH has a hidden melody on beats two and three. 

LH has mostly dotted half notes that move in a walking bass pattern, some quarter notes, a few octaves. 

As is typical for a Toccata, the rhythm is simple. This particular Toccata is also harmonically simple: in the key of G major with a modulation to D major and back to G major. It would be perfect for someone with fast fingers who is not a strong reader. Level 7-8, due to the very fast tempo.

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