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Rumba Toccata

Piano Solo

By Lionel Salter

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Piano
Piano Solo. By Lionel Salter. By P. Harvey. Piano Solo (no lyrics). Classical. Score Only. Composed 2003. 2 pages. Ricordi #LD 00050300. Published by Ricordi (HL.50015010).

Item Number: HL.50015010

ISBN 9781570021206. 8.5x11 inches.

  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    KBloch
    Location:
    upstate ny
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • November 25, 2015 This one's a winner

    Rumba Toccata is everything an intermediate student and a teacher could ask for. Snappy off-beat Latin-style rhythms, flashy hand crossings, powerful ending. This piece can be used as a challenge piece for early intermediates, as a fun addition for middle intermediates or a quick and appealing encore for...

    upper intermediates. Can withstand a large tempo range and still hold its character. All around great piece.

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  • 5

    Anonymous
    Location:
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • April 27, 2009 Rumba Toccata

    A fun piece to learn and play, and because of the repeated phrases, it is fairly easy to pick up. I told my 15 year old grand daughter about it and she got it and learned it very quickly. Saw it on YouTube first and liked it!

    17 of 31 people found this review helpful.
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  • 4

    Anonymous
    Location:
    Melbourne, FL
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • April 09, 2009 Fun Piece to Play

    This is a lot of fun to play or to listen to someone else play. It's great for practicing quick repeated notes with each hand.

    14 of 28 people found this review helpful.
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  • 5

    Anonymous
    Location:
    Etiwanda, California
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • March 30, 2009 You'll be tapping your feet with this one.

    Rumba Toccata is an outstanding piece for early students because it is short, lasting only 55 seconds, easy to learn, and very fun to listen to! This piece can be easily memorized and learned in one week by most intermediate students, so it's a good piece to give to...

    students who are getting tired of their Mozart sonatas and concertos. It's very gratifying to find a piece so easy to play, yet fun to hear. You'll absolutely love it.

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    15 of 29 people found this review helpful.
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  • 5

    Carla
    Location:
    Colorado Springs
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • February 13, 2009 Fun Quick Piece

    I learned this in college....My private piano instructor was a Juliard Grad. It's to be light and quick when performing. To practice, I began laboriously slowly to learn to play in evenly (a challenge but possible). I enjoy playing this after a student recital as everyone is tired...

    and wants to be finished, but they also like the teacher to play. It's short and entertaining. I'm grateful to have learned it.

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    16 of 27 people found this review helpful.
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