Students will fall in love with these beautiful, modern Early Elementary to Mid Intermediate piano pieces in Winter Scenes. The pieces get progressively harder as you work your way through from beginning to end. Students will practice their coordination and refine their use of the sustain pedal as they go.
These pieces are all included in the Supersonics Piano Method but if you’re looking for the best modern piano music to supplement a different method – you’re in the right place. You even get access to free online resources and backing tracks for this book in Supersonics Plus.
Encourage students to refine their technique and expression with crisp, twinkling notes, delicate rhythms and dark, ominous phrasing in the first six winter studies.
Then as student stamina improves, challenge them to play the final three pieces in The Lake as one large-scale piece – using the pedal to maintain the flow between the pieces.
This beautiful, contemporary piano music will take your students on a wintry musical journey, while building their musical expression.
The audio samples feature the solo recordings. Listen to the free backing tracks and view the online support material
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This book includes the following pieces:
Evening Star (Early Elementary)
Snowflakes (Mid Elementary)
Creeping Cold (Mid Elementary)
Ice Crystals (Mid Elementary)
Melting Snow (Late Elementary)
The Snow Swirls (Late Elementary)
Reflections (Early Intermediate)
Mist (Early Intermediate)
Undercurrent (Mid Intermediate)