April Showers | Easy / Beginner Piano Solo | Spring

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LEVEL Late Beginner
PRODUCT TYPE Digital Download


Taking Time to Smell the Flowers by Catherine Wilson is a level 2 piano solo that is spiritual, peaceful and contemplative.  The thoughtful melody in the right hand explores stretches of 6ths and octaves, that perhaps convey the different heights of the flowers, while the left hand begins with triads that are then played note by note to suggest walking along.


Features for focus include:

- accuracy and stamina

- rhythm and tempo

- dynamics and articulation

- coordination and spatial awareness

- balance and voicing

- phrasing and expressive playing

- pedalling

- chord placement

- following or selecting appropriate finger numbers


April Showers can be used for: 

- Recitals / Concerts 

- Broadening repertoire 

- Playing for fun! 


Approximate duration (including any repeats): 1 minute

Number of pages: 2


Approximate Guidance for American / UK and Australian levels:

Level 1 = Easy or Beginner / Grade 0 - 1

Level 2 = Early Intermediate / Grade 2 - 3 

Level 3 = Intermediate / Grade 4 - 5 

Level 4 = Advanced Intermediate / Grade 6 - 7 

Level 5 = Advanced / Grade 8+ 


Catherine lives in a small rural village in Shropshire, England and has over 25 years experience teaching piano.  Since completing her Master’s Degree specialising in composition, Catherine has chosen to compose in a lyrical minimalist style in order for her pieces to be both educational and relaxing.


www.greensidemusic.co.uk 




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