Forest Raindrops - Music by Lisa Shoemaker (
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Forest Raindrops by composer Lisa Shoemaker is a simple yet beautiful tune that will appeal to all ages. This late beginner solo is sure to be a favorite with students and audiences alike!
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Forest Raindrops - Music by Lisa Shoemaker

  • Style: Easy Lyrical Solo

  • Page count: 2

  • Correlates to Piano Pronto method books: Movement 1 & 2

  • Level: Late-beginners

  • Tonal center: A minor

  • Teaching Concepts: Easy Syncopation; expressive playing; phrasing; left-hand position shifts

Additional Details

SKU: PPSHOE1007
Composer: Lisa Shoemaker
Tonal Center: A minor
Genre(s): Easy Lyrical, Pop-Style
Instrumentation: Piano Solo
Level: Late Beginner, Early Intermediate
Medium: Sheet Music
Method Book Match: Movement 1, Movement 2

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I gave this piece to a student who chose it for a recital this spring. She loves it so much that she learned it in one week! (Trust me, that was not a normal occurrence, to learn a song nearly perfectly in one week!) Just goes to prove once again, that terrific repertoire makes all the difference in motivating learning at the piano!

I love how this piece makes students really work on their expression and dynamics. So pretty!

I am using this piece with my student who ha struggled with dynamics and it has worked like a charm. It is simple and beautiful so the extras of phrasing and dynamics really add another layer and allow the student to understand the beginning of music interpretation. Thank you for such a wonderful piece.

Forest Raindrops is such a beautiful minor piece! I love how much expression students can use with his piece, along with the different dynamics. It has such a cool, mysterious sound! Wonderful!