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When I Jump Out of Bed (Leaf)

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When I Jump Out of Bed by American composer Mary Leaf is a Modern era work from the method called Succeeding at the Piano. It’s an Early Elementary work featuring Grand Staff Notation and Ties.

Village Dance Op. 777, No. 8

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Village Dance Op. 777, No. 8 by Austrian composer Carl Czerny is a Romantic era work from his set called Five Finger Studies. It’s a Late Elementary work featuring a Broken Chord Accompaniment and Shifting Hand Positions.

Trumpet Tune (Duncombe)

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Trumpet Tune by English composer William Duncombe is a Classical era stand-alone work. It’s a Late Elementary work featuring Elementary Single Note Accompaniment and Repeated 3rds.

The Stubborn Mule (Clark)

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Stubborn Mule by American composer Frances Clark is a Modern era work from her method called The Music Tree. It’s a Primary work featuring Partial Staff Notation, Melodic 2nds and Blocked 2nds.

The Hunting Horns and Echo (Türk)

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The Hunting Horns and Echo by German composer Daniel Gottlob Türk is a Classical era stand-alone work. It’s an Early Intermediate work featuring Dotted 8th Notes and Parallel Motion.

Summer Drought (Gieck)

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Summer Drought by Canadian composer Janet Gieck is a Modern era stand-alone work. It’s an Early Intermediate work featuring Left Hand Melody and 16th Notes.

Stretching Op. 117, No. 5

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Stretching Op. 117, No. 5 by the German composer Cornelius Gurlitt is a Romantic era work from his set called The First Lessons. It’s a Early Elementary work featuring 8th Notes and Elementary Single Note Accompaniment.

Song (Bartók)

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Song by Hungarian composer Béla Bartók is a 20th Century era stand-alone work. It’s a Late Elementary work featuring Parallel Motion and Elementary Single Note Accompaniment.

Sonatina in C Major (Duncombe)

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Sonatina in C Major by English composer William Duncombe is a Classical era stand-alone work. It’s an Early Elementary work featuring Triplets and 8th Notes.

Soldier’s March Op. 68, No. 2

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Soldier’s March Op. 68, No. 2 by German composer Robert Schumann is a Romantic era work from his set called Album for the Young. It’s an Early Intermediate work featuring Dotted 8th Notes and Homophony.

Scherzo Op. 140, No. 17

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Scherzo Op. 140, No. 17 by German composer Cornelius Gurlitt is a Romantic era work from his set called Album for the Young. It’s an Early Intermediate work featuring a Blocked Chord Accompaniment and Dotted 8th Notes.

Men from Mars (Faber)

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Men from Mars by American composers Nancy Faber and Randall Faber is a Modern era work from their method called Piano Adventures. It’s a Primary work featuring Off Staff Notation and Bar Lines.

Memories (Mach)

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Memories by American composer Elyse Mach is a Modern era work from her method called Contemporary Class Piano. It’s an Early Elementary work featuring Grand Staff Notation and a Simple Time Signature.

Melody Op. 218, No. 18

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Melody Op. 218, No.18 by German composer Louis Köhler is a Romantic era work from his set called Children’s Exercises and Melodies for the Piano. It’s an Early Elementary level work featuring Parallel Motion and 8th Notes.

March Op. 140, No. 1

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March Op. 140, No. 1 by German composer Cornelius Gurlitt is a Romantic era work from his set called Album for the Young. It’s an Early Intermediate work featuring Dotted 8th Notes and Quarter Note Parallel 3rds.

March Op. 39, No. 10

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March Op. 39, No. 10 by Russian composer Dmitri Kabalevsky is a 20th Century work from his set called 24 Pieces for Children. It’s an Early Intermediate work featuring Dotted 8th Notes and Two Note Slurs.

March (Türk)

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March by German composer Daniel Gottlob Türk is a Classical era stand-alone work. It’s a Late Elementary level work that features Extended Hand Positions and Melodic Octaves.

Frolicking Op. 70, No. 23

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Frolicking Op. 70, No. 23 by German composer Hermann Berens is a Romantic era work from his set called 50 Piano Pieces for Beginners. It’s a Late Elementary work featuring 8th Note Alberti Bass Accompaniment and Extended Hand Positions.

Folk Dance (Bartók)

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Folk Dance by Hungarian composer Béla Bartók is a 20th century era stand-alone work. It’s a Late Elementary work featuring Contrary Motion and a Broken 5ths Accompaniment.

Dance (Gurlitt)

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Dance by German composer Cornelius Gurlitt is a Romantic era stand-alone work. It’s a Late Elementary work featuring Five Finger Scales and a Broken Chord Accompaniment.

Carefree (Türk)

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Carefree by German composer Daniel Gottlob Türk is a Classical era stand-alone work. It’s an Early Elementary work featuring Elementary Single Note Accompaniment and Five Finger Scales.

Anyone Home? Op. 117, No. 8

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Anyone Home? by German composer Cornelius Gurlitt is a Romantic era work from his set called The First Lessons, Op. 117. It’s a Late Elementary work featuring Five Finger Scales and a Blocked Chord Accompaniment.