This is a super piece for practice triads in both hands. The chords are in short chunks and have varied articulations, such as staccato and tenuto markings. A supple wrist will make the chords easier. It can take a lot of coordination to maintain the chord patterns while also playing the melody. Though written in short segments with rests in between, the melody should still be musical. Having good voicing and a legato touch are some aspects to consider.
Caroline Krause, Iowa Center for Research by Undergraduates Fellow