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    • “Hush-a-bye, don’t you cry...” This beautiful American lullaby softly lulls listeners to a sleep filled with dreams of pretty little horses. This short arrangement performs well for first recitals and is a great way to introduce first-year piano students to melodies in a minor key. Listen to Sample
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    • This famous farewell song is a classic representation of Hawaiian cultural music. It was written by Princess Liliʻuokalani (later Queen Liliʻuokalani) after a tender farewell with Colonel James Harbottle Boyd, who served her family as a military official under the Kingdom of Hawaii. Listen to Sample
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    • A playful-sounding French Canadian children’s song arranged in swinging sing-song style for beginner piano. The melody in this arrangement occasionally hops back and forth from right hand to left hand, just like the subject of the song (the morning lark). For non-French speakers, the lyrics speak of revenging oneself against the lark, who interrupts sleep and represents gossip, mistrust, and…
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    • From the California Coast to the harbors of Maine, America the Beautiful stands as a symbol of American patriotism. Perfect for the 4th of July (or any day of the year!), this arrangement embodies the patriotic spirit with bold dynamics and full four-note chords that inspire a bright future of freedom and brotherhood. Listen to Sample
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    • The Cradle Song melody by William Kirkpatrick celebrates the arrival of the baby Jesus in the stable at Bethlehem. This arrangement is perfect for a beginner student’s first Christmas performance, with a single-note melody, an 8va repeat, and a few harmonies at the finish. Listen to Sample
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    • “Gwine to Run All Night, or De Camptown Races” is a minstrel song by Stephen Foster. This arrangement captures the excitement of old-time horse races and teaches dotted quarter note rhythms, arpeggio fingering (RH), and LH/RH coordination while playing different articulations and rhythms. (Lyrics have been adapted slightly.) Listen to Sample
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    • Worried that others wouldn’t take him seriously, Saint-Saëns requested this entire humorous suite be published only after his death. This arrangement of the suite’s finale gives early beginner pianists a taste of how dramatic, crazy, and fun classical music really can be. Listen to Sample
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    • French for “moonlight”, Clair de Lune is an example of true musical beauty. Unlike many other simplified arrangements, this version is intentionally written in the original key of D-flat Major to keep its beautiful shimmering color. It includes the initial well-known main theme (in its simple beauty, with minimal changes) as well as part of the secondary moving theme, making…
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    • Chromatic passages in the right hand feel like a spider spinning its web while supported by ominous three-note chords in the left hand. (Just keep an eye out for those tricky passages that look chromatic but aren’t!) Listen to Sample
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