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Dance of the Clown (a Study in Classical and Jazz Modes) c2019 Brenda Martin
Composed by Brenda Martin. 5 pages. Published by Brenda Martin (S0.1074777).
Item Number: S0.1074777
First place winner in the Music Teachers' Association COMPOSERS TODAY competition, 2021in the category "Teaching Piece." This is an exciting and playful character piece that is also a study in jazz modes. Difficulty level: Advanced Intermediate/Early Advanced, Level 8 or 9. Great for small/average hands and fun to play! Dedicated to the memory of Tim Conway, the ultimate clown (Tim Conway, a brilliant and wonderful comic actor was a regular on the Carol Burnett Show and was in a number of movies). If you're looking for a motivating teaching piece for a talented intermediate/early advanced student, try this one! Great for recital programs.
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