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Hal Leonard Sledding Fun (Early Elem Showcase Solo) Piano Library Series by Peggy Otwell

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This charming solo creates a vivid musical image of an exhilarating ride down a snowy hillside aboard a speeding sled. It is dedicated to Peggy's son...Click To Read More About This Product

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This charming solo creates a vivid musical image of an exhilarating ride down a snowy hillside aboard a speeding sled. It is dedicated to Peggy's son, Joshua, who adores abundant winter snows. The melodic line and cheerful lyrics aptly describe a downhill sled ride and the slow trudge back up the hill, trailing a sled behind. Then, after pausing at the top once more, the piece begins again in a flurry of cascading notes, ending with the lyrics, Gee, I wish we could go sledding all year long! Hal Leonard Student Piano Library Level 1 (Early Elementary); 4/4; allegro tempo; keyboard guide for hand position; Middle-C orientation; single-line melody between the hands in scale patterns or mostly stepwise motion throughout. Quarter, half, and whole notes; Optional teacher accompaniment provides lovely support to the solo line with creative use of 7th and 9th chords.


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