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Alexander Gretchaninov, Dolce far niente01:07

Alexander Gretchaninov, Dolce far niente

Gretschaninov, Alexander

Alexander Gretchaninov

This is a good piece for introducing students to the use of numerous accidentals. In the key of A major, both hands change position fairly often. Keeping both lines legato is important for creating a gentle mood. Students should be mindful of creating long lines in both hands, not just in the right hand. This will make the piece even more expressive.

Publisher InformationEdit

Dew Drops, Opus 127a is available through Hal Leonard Co.

http://www.halleonard.com/product/viewproduct.do?itemid=49003646&lid=1&keywords=dew%20drops&subsiteid=1&

AuthorEdit

Caroline Krause, Iowa Center for Research by Undergraduates Fellow

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