Something on the Slide

Sheet Music composed by Joanne Griffiths

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Something on the Slide is a Satie-esque waltz composed by British composer Joanne Grifiths. The accompaniment is built on two positions, C and G, with octave leaps from the bass to the chord. Awareness of balance between the hands is needed for this, to bring out the melody.

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Level
Method Book Match
Teaching Concepts
Genre
Instrumentation
Time Signature
Tonal Center
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Composer
Brand
SKUPPGRIF1004
Number of Pages5

About the composer

Joanne Griffiths

Joanne Griffiths

Joanne Griffiths lives and works in the High Peak, U.K. with her husband and their two children. She earned a Master’s degree in composition from Salford University in 2012 and enjoys dividing her time between teaching, composing, and both singing in and directing choirs. In her spare time, she is passionate about making hats, and listening to live music.

This product is part of a collection

Ebb & Flow

Ebb & Flow

Ebb & Flow is a collection of eleven contemporary solos by British composer, Joanne Griffiths. Intermediates of all ages will enjoy exploring the various genres encapsulated in this collection of ambient solos.

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Kerry
Kerry
Reviewed on September 2, 2016Verified purchase
Introduce your students ( or yourself!) to the world of late 19th century Paris-the romance of the composers, artists, and writers who called the City of Lights home. The composer , Joanne Griffiths, has distilled the essence of the era and made it an easy entree into the world of Satie, Debussy, Van Gogh and Monet. Using a minimalist pattern of tones as a painter would use a pallette of primary color's, Griffiths creates an ethereal , "Impressionistic" composition .