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Konrad Kunz, Op. 14, No00:12

Konrad Kunz, Op. 14, No. 166

Konrad Kunz

Konrad Kunz

Though only about ten seconds long, this chipper piece still has pedagogical value. Both hands are in a C major hand position, which is accessible for beginning pianists. Also, the only rhythmic value that Kunz uses is eighth notes. Keeping these aspects simple, along with the articulation markings, allows students to focus on mastering the coordination between each hand. Practicing the hands alone is a good technique for increasing the speed.

Publisher InformationEdit

200 Piccoli Canoni a due parti, Op. 14 can be purchased here  

AuthorEdit

Caroline Krause, Iowa Center for Research by Undergraduates Fellow

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