Innocence Op. 100, No. 5

Friedrich Burgmüller

Excerpt of Innocence Op. 100, No. 5

Difficulty Level

Mood

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Elements

16th Notes

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Rhythm

Notes whose lengths are equal to one-sixteenth the value of a whole note or one quarter of a quarter note.

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1st and 2nd Endings

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Notation

Symbols that indicate different measures to play during repeated sections.

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Blocked Chord Accompaniment

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Accompaniment Patterns

A type of accompaniment pattern that primarily uses root-position major and minor triads with simple or slow-moving rhythms.

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Crossing Over Thumb

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Hand and Finger Techniques

The physical motion of crossing fingers 2, 3, 4, or 5 over the thumb; used when playing scalar passages or outside of five finger scales.

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Details

Title

Innocence Op. 100, No. 5

Publisher

Year

1852

Instrumentation

Solo Piano

Key Signature

Time Signature

# of Measures

17

Student Ages

Student Type

Teaching Tips

Hands Separate Practice,

Practice Scalar Passages in Rhythms,

Slow Practice,

Work on a Smooth Legato Touch,

Work on Creating a Good Tone,

Work on Expressive Phrasing