Composed by Martin Woodward. Movies, TV, Etudes and Exercises, Technique Training, Children's Music. Individual Part. 6 pages. Published by Martin Woodward (S0.289087).
Item Number: S0.289087
This is called Leap Frog because it leaps around a fair bit andshould be played in a sort of ‘leapyfroggy’ sort of way. Although in mainly 3/4 timing, this is far from a waltz as it’s fairly upbeat andthere are many accents across the beats which are marked throughout. Andthere’s also a couple of 4/4 bars,so watch for them.
This composition is a good example of the use of ‘diatonicchords’ (all the chords found naturally within the scale of C major). And also a great fingerexercise although perhaps a little tricky especially towards the end where thetheme is played in thirds. This is probably the most difficult piece in thecollection.
Although I’ve included the chord symbols,you will not find a suitable auto accompaniment due to the 4/4 bars and the accents. But these four bars could easily beomitted if you want to.
Eventually (as I get time), I will be addingsuitable mp3 accompaniment files tomy website for this and some of the other tunes, so watch out for these if youare interested.
This piece can be played on a 49 note C - C (4 octaves) keyboard. I would rate this as MODERATELY DIFFICULT.
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