Across the Sea

Sheet Music composed by Robyn Fehrenbacher

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Across the Sea, composed by Robyn Fehrenbacher, is a student favorite for late beginners of all ages. This adventurous showcase solo is perfect for those who enjoy playing in minor keys, as well as a piece that sounds difficult but sits easily in the hands!

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Number of Pages4

About the composer

Robyn Fehrenbacher

Robyn Fehrenbacher

Robyn Fehrenbacher has enjoyed the journey of being a pianist for over four decades. She runs a successful piano studio in Brandon, Mississippi, where she loves composing music for her students. Robyn enjoys spending time with friends and family, including her husband and their four children.

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Johanna
Johanna
Reviewed on August 19, 2016Verified purchase
Beautiful piece that is perfect for my older beginners!
Janet
Janet
Reviewed on July 19, 2016Verified purchase
This piece flows very nicely and once the student gets it up to speed, it's a favorite for those who love to play music that moves along.
Michelle
Michelle
Reviewed on July 6, 2016Verified purchase
I love that this piece is in a fast 1, and it is easy enough to learn that my student will be able to realize the performance tempo with careful practice. And as I teach in a seaside town, "sea pieces" are always gobbled up by my students.
James
James
Reviewed on June 30, 2016
As a lover of sea shanties, this piece really hits all the right places in my heart. Even though it is supposed to be in a fast 1, the piece works in a slightly slower 3, so it is enjoyable to play while learning.