Here’s a more interactive sheet of music than my usual ones, available for exploration by piano students who may be on a more traditional path to learning to take a creative break and explore a different avenue of potentially fun music-making:
Teachers: remember to let your students know that chords are game and that the bass line can be modified, too!
It’s been added to Works, under the now-renamed folder, “Exercises & Worksheets.”
Please see my schedule for a rather recent update: I will be heading south to perform with the Temecula Valley Symphony for this excellent event on Saturday!
Composed by Camille Saint-Saëns, from my live performance on September 24, 2017:
Admittedly, I am not very happy with it, but I only played it twice and the other instance was not able to be recorded.
Super-last-minute notice: at the University of Redlands’ Memorial Chapel at 7:30 PM, I will be performing tonight in a free concert consisting of numerous high school choirs tag-teaming in pairs of songs, one after another. More details on the schedule!