Enjoy the music of Aang’s incredible story with this intermediate piano solo arrangement of the main theme from the “Avatar: The Last Airbender” TV series. The music takes you through a range of emotions, from the loneliness and struggles he faces through to the fantastic power of his bending and the triumph of his success in establishing peace among the elemental kingdoms.
This is an early intermediate piano arrangement, perfect for a performance piece. Recommended for pianists who can comfortably reach harmonic octaves with one note in the middle (example: harmonic D-A-D).
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This lovely Japanese folk song is dedicated to the beautiful pink cherry blossoms common across Japan during the springtime. This late elementary arrangement in E minor uses crossovers, pedal, primary chords, and dynamics to create a moving performance piece.
Tarantula Tango is a dramatic tango intermediate piano solo in E minor. Classic tango LH rhythms and moving RH passages, harmonies, and chords combine to create a fun and memorable piece. Intermediate pianists will love the triplets and chromatic passages. Great for a Halloween performance or recital piece.
Get ready to dance! This famous Italian tarantella is quite popular at weddings and has been arranged here for late beginner to early intermediate piano, with lots of staccatos, dynamic changes, and exciting transitions. This energetic piano solo is perfect for a performance setting–even a wedding!
While not originally associated with Christmas, “What Child Is This?” and many other holiday carols are set to this English folk melody. The beautiful, lilting tune is arranged here with a simple, single-note bass line accompaniment. Greensleeves lends itself well to teaching a new pianist about dotted quarter note rhythms and minor melodies.