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Doriantella is an original tarantella in dorian mode. Written in D dorian, it lightens the feel of the classic minor key tarantella, giving it a mysterious and almost mystical fantasy quality. Best for early intermediate pianists and a beautiful recital piece.
Accessible for smaller hands: The largest harmonic interval is a Major 6th (inverted chord triad).
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“What shall we do with a drunken sailor?” This famous sea shanty is arranged here for easy piano. No lyrics, only music. Great for teaching cut time, sea shanties, and dorian mode.
Hansel and Gretel’s Lullaby from the Netflix tv series “A Tale Dark and Grimm”, an animated remake of the Hansel and Gretel fairy tale that’s filled with strange and scary surprises.
This is an “easy piano” arrangement written with no key signature (all flats/sharps appear as accidentals). The music features an intriguing melody that floats between D natural minor, D dorian, and D harmonic minor. 1 page, written in large print. Some finger numbers are included and are well suited to small handspans (the largest harmonic interval is m6).
This arrangement may be performed as a piano solo or as a vocal accompaniment. If used for vocal accompaniment, the vocalist should follow the lyrics and melody along with the piano. Lyrics indicate which notes to follow.
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This arrangement is available for Single User License only and may only be used by the person for whom it is purchased. Reproduction prohibited.
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For ages, men have been smitten by the beauty of Irish cailin and “star of the county down” Rose McCann! This lovely arrangement of the famous Irish folk song is written for mid- to late beginner pianists. This music is perfect for a spring recital, St. Patrick’s Day, celebration of Ireland, or for the enjoyment of any musician looking to learn some authentic irish folk music. All lyrics included on 2nd page.
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This lesser known French carol has a beautiful melody line written in Dorian mode for a minor feel with a raised sixth that creates a feeling of light and hope in dark times. It is arranged for LH melody in bass clef with rolled RH treble chords as a delicate ringing accompaniment. With many valuable teaching elements for late beginner/early intermediate level pianists, this arrangement is also a beautiful Christmas performance piece.