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“Mountain Biking” is the easiest selection from the Look What I Can Do! collection. Other than the final note of the piece, both hands stay entirely in the same hand position. However, the visual aspect of switching between the treble and bass clefs can still be challenging for students. Both hands rarely play at the same time. Basic rhythmic values such as quarter and half notes are used. Students should use a legato touch throughout. More advanced pianists can take the piece at a faster speed for a bigger challenge.


Caroline Krause, Iowa Center for Research by Undergraduates Fellow


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