A simplified arrangement of Mozart’s Piano Sonata in F Mvt 1 Allegro (K332), perfect for early to mid intermediate level. Includes several themes from this movement and provides a delightful introduction to Mozart’s piano compositions (but without any speedy scale passages!). It’s a lovely choice for a classical performance piece.
Accessible for smaller hands: The largest harmonic interval is m7 (two instances only); most are 6ths or smaller.
This is a Christmas piano medley arrangement of the ever-popular holiday number Carol of the Bells and Rachmaninoff’s “The Bells” symphony. The opening theme from The Bells: Movement 2 transitions seamlessly into the familiar 4-note motif of Carol of the Bells. Themes from Movements 1 and 2 of The Bells are blended in throughout for a uniquely classical Rachmaninoff Christmas arrangement. Best for early intermediate pianists and an excellent choice for a holiday concert.
Rêverie is such a beautiful piece with a dreamlike quality that can feel strange, yet familiar to all of us. This arrangement for early intermediate level is kept in the original key but simplified in complexity, handspan, and length. For students who want to learn more Debussy than just Clair de Lune, Rêverie is artistic and expressive. This arrangement also makes an excellent performance piece.
The Spinning Song is a blast to play! Beginner level pianists who aren’t yet ready for the original will love this simplified version. The rhythmic challenges of this piece have been adapted to allow late beginner pianists to focus on each hand in turn while retaining as much of the original “spinning sound” as possible. This is a great choice for a beginner classical piano performance piece.
This famous soprano aria by Puccini is such splendid music. This arrangement for primer/early beginner piano features a 5-finger position for RH, LH crossovers for the high notes, and B-flats written in as accidentals.
This Christmas carol favorite has been arranged here for late beginner as an easy piano solo. The LH plays mostly single notes in F Major hand position with occasional finger extension, while the RH plays melody and harmony with some hand movement. It’s a lovely arrangement for a holiday performance and works well for solo piano or as an easy vocal accompaniment.
The march-like melody reigns supreme in this beginner arrangement that’s great for a first recital. Even young beginners who can just barely reach an F Major chord triad can perform this rendition of Beethoven’s bombastic Turkish March.