Elvina Pearce, "Latin Holiday"00:50

Elvina Pearce, "Latin Holiday"


Elvina Pearce

“Latin Holiday” is a good choice for students who love rhythmic, vibrant music. A repetitive, jolly accompaniment pattern repeats throughout this work. Articulation, especially two-note slurs and staccatos, plays an important role in giving the piece its vibrancy. The right hand has numerous accidentals and hand position changes, which can be difficult for young pianists.

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Biographical Information


Caroline Krause, Iowa Center for Research by Undergraduates Fellow

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