Sheet Music composed by Lisa Shoemaker
Tarantellas are always a student favorite, and this spritely one, composed by Lisa Shoemaker, is sure to make your intermediate students shine! This is a great piece to work on quick transitions between open and closed hand positions.
Digital Sheet Music
Tarantella Fantastica (Digital: Single User)
Tarantella Fantastica (Digital: Unlimited Reproductions)
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About the composer
Lisa Shoemaker is a piano teacher, church musician, and composer. She holds a bachelor's degree in music with a concentration in church music from Messiah College. She currently resides in Boiling Springs, Pennsylvania with her husband and darling daughter. She also enjoys gardening, cooking, and learning homesteading skills.
This product is part of a collection
Musical Mosaics: Volume Two
Musical Mosaics Volume Two is a collection of ten showcase solos for intermediate and late intermediates composed by Lisa Shoemaker. Covering a wide variety of genres and styles, these make for lovely selections for a recital or festival.
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