Told You So! Op. 117, No. 7

Told You So! Op. 117, No. 7 by German composer Cornelius Gurlitt is a Romantic era work from his set called The First Lessons. It’s a Late Elementary work featuring a Blocked Chord Accompaniment and Extended Hand Positions.

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The Little Beggar Op. 123, No. 2

The Little Beggar Op. 123, No. 2 by Russian composer Alexander Gretchaninoff is a 20th Century work from his set called Glass Beads. It’s an Early Intermediate work featuring 16th Notes and a Broken Chord Accompaniment.

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The Hunting Horns and Echo (Türk)

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.

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Song (Bartók)

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.

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Passepied in C Major (Handel)

Passepied in C Major by German composer George Frideric Handel is a Baroque era stand-alone work. It’s an Early Intermediate work featuring Intermediate Single Note Accompaniment and Two Note Slurs.

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Melody Op. 218, No. 18

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.

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Melody Op. 39, No. 1

Melody Op. 39, No. 1 by Russian composer Dmitri Kabalevsky is a 20th Century era work from his set called 24 Pieces for Children. It’s a Late Elementary work featuring a Blocked Chord Accompaniment and Shifting Hand Positions.

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Light and Dark Op. 89, No. 7

Light and Dark Op. 89, No. 7 by Russian composer Dmitri Kabalevsky is a 20th Century work from his set called 35 Easy Pieces. It’s a Late Elementary work featuring Imitation and Elementary Single Note Accompaniment.

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Funny Event Op. 39, No. 7

Funny Event Op. 39, No. 7 by Russian composer Dmitri Kabalevsky is a 20th Century work from his set called 24 Pieces for Children. It’s a Late Elementary work featuring Imitation and Shifting Hand Positions.

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