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Elizabeth Greenleaf, In a Wiggly Mood


Elizabeth Greenleaf

"In a Wiggly Mood" is a fun and exciting piece written in a modified G major position, with C-sharps and A-sharps strewn in throughout.  These accidentals are what make this piece so "wiggly".  The student must weave in and out of the black keys at a quick tempo. It thus makes this piece and excellent one with which to teach the concept of moving in and out of the keys.

Composer/Publisher InformationEdit

Biographical Information (Composer's website)

My World in Motion, Book 2 and other works by Greenleaf can be purchased here


Dr. Alan Huckleberry, Associate Professor of Piano Pedagogy, The University of Iowa School of Music

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