This contredance by Mozart is a brief piece perfectly suited to intermediate students still adjusting to contrary motion. The duet between voices in the second section present an opportunity for students to experiment with voicing.  A simple binary form, parallel motion between melody and accompaniment, and cheery arpeggios, this fun piece is a good choice for beginning intermediate students.


Jennifer Brooke, undergraduate piano major, The University of Iowa


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