David Karp

One can easily imagine a pleasant sunny day when listening to Sunday Morning March. The left hand primarily plays broken open fifths, drawing one’s attention to the right hand. Students need to have a loose wrist in order to easily play the numerous triads in the melody. Since the notes are quite simple to figure out, this is a great opportunity to focus on the technical demands of playing chords with less tension. The mood is quite happy and makes one ready for an exciting Sunday morning adventure.


Caroline Krause, Iowa Center for Research by Undergraduates Fellow


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