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On the Run by Heather Nanney is an attention-grabbing beginner solo with lots of energy. Its fast moving lines will have students hooked! Play-along tracks in MIDI and Mp3 format included with purchase!
On the Run (Digital: Single User)

On the Run (Digital: Single User)

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On the Run (Digital: Unlimited Reproductions)

On the Run (Digital: Unlimited Reproductions)

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On the Run

  • Style: Easy Showcase Solo

  • Correlates to Piano Pronto method books: Prelude & up

  • Level: Beginners

  • Tonal center: C minor

  • Teaching Concepts: Eighth notes; eighth rests; simple position changes; stretching thumb; octave shifts

Additional Details

Composer: Heather Nanney
Tonal Center: C minor
Genre(s): Fast & Flashy, Halloween, Showcase Solos
Instrumentation: Piano Solo
Level: Beginner
Medium: Sheet Music
Method Book Match: Prelude, Movement 1


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This piece is a Halloween hit in our studio with our beginners! Patterns are super easy for beginners to learn and memorize and several have chosen to play this as their Jr Festival Solo in the spring. Always love Heather's backing tracks too! They certainly motivate and inspire our students.

This piece is a hit with my student who transferred to me last fall. He loves the minor key and the phrase movement. Plays it constantly the minute he walks into the studio. So happy to have found a fun piece for this boy.

Super fun! This piece will be a hit with my students for sure. The backing track is fun but the solo totally stands on it's own even without it. Lots of great teaching moments in this piece.

Another great solo by Heather. Super rhythms and a good piece for making sure students count and watch and listen to make sure they take note of the staccato and legato parts. Love that it has a midi backing track which sounds really cool!

Such an appealing solo for beginners! It fits easily under the fingers yet teaches so much about rhythm and phrasing; it has a classical feel, but includes a rockin'out backing track. There will be lots of students wanting to play this one!