Piano Solo, Easy Piano - Easy/Beginner
Composed by Rebekah Lewis. 20th Century, Contemporary Classical, Impressionistic, Repertoire, Technique Training. Sheet Music Single. 3 pages. Published by Rebekah Lewis (S0.151495).
Item Number: S0.151495
An original composition by Rebekah Lewis 1992. First printed 2016.
This piece is good preparation for Grade 1 level. It can help to develop the following skills:
- playing in D major key
- right hand mobility around the keyboard
- increasing confidence with left hand, ideal for pupils making a transition from keyboard to piano
- developing use of sustain pedal and a singing right hand over a gentler left hand
- playing block chords and semiquavers evenly
- understanding the relationship between block chords and broken chords
- keeping a steady pace when playing repeated notes
This piece is a 2016 Easy Piano Contest Entry. ?
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