This is a great piece for introducing students to play in key signatures with numerous sharps. If the six sharps do not challenge students, then the coordination of playing both hands together surely will. Though Kunz primarily uses eighth notes throughout this piece, the rhythms can still be a bit difficult. The articulation is mostly legato, but the slur markings still need to be observed closely.
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Caroline Krause, Iowa Center for Research by Undergraduates Fellow