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Petite Ballerina is an expressive lyrical piano solo in F major by Lisa Frederick that is ideal for late beginners of all ages. A perfect introduction to legato phrasing and maintaining a delicate left-hand accompaniment pattern.
Petite Ballerina (Digital: Single User)

Petite Ballerina (Digital: Single User)

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Petite Ballerina (Digital: Unlimited Reproductions)

Petite Ballerina (Digital: Unlimited Reproductions)

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Petite Ballerina

  • Style: Easy Lyrical Solo

  • Page count: 2

  • Correlates to Piano Pronto method books: Movement 1

  • Level: Late beginners

  • Tonal center: F major

  • Teaching Concepts: Legato; proper phrasing technique

Additional Details

Composer: Lisa Frederick
Tonal Center: F major
Genre(s): Easy Lyrical
Instrumentation: Piano Solo
Level: Beginner, Late Beginner
Medium: Sheet Music
Method Book Match: Movement 1


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I found this to be challenging to learn myself. Usually after hearing a recording only about 3 times I can play it. I'm not sure how I learned it but it became pleasing to my ears and I could play it. It is like giving myself a gift that keeps giving. Please keep up the good work Lisa!

You'll think you're listening to a music box when you play this charming Lisa Frederick miniature. Students of all ages will find balancing the counterpoint between the hands to be a fun and rewarding challenge. This piece will be going in my "recital savers" category: it's easy enough to be learned very quickly, so a late beginner or even an early intermediate student who has little time to practice can prepare this piece and play within just a couple of weeks. Don't even bother with the single license--you know you'll want to use this with your entire studio. (It's a great sightreading exercise for more advanced students: challenge them to play it with 100% musicianship the first time they read the piece!)