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Picking Lilacs, composed by Travis Lohmann, features light influences of jazz, as well as lyrically phrased melodies. Best suited for mid to late-intermediate pianists, this composition can work both as a contemplative opener for a concert, as well as middle interlude between selections. The light-hearted tone of this piece, as well as its whimsical nature is sure to be a perfect performance piece for any concert.
Picking Lilacs (Digital: Single User)

Picking Lilacs (Digital: Single User)

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Picking Lilacs (Digital: Unlimited Reproductions)

Picking Lilacs (Digital: Unlimited Reproductions)

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Picking Lilacs

  • Style: Contemporary, lyrical solo

  • Page count: 4

  • Correlates to Piano Pronto method books: Finale & Encore

  • Level: Mid to Late-Intermediates

  • Tonal center: C, D, and G major

  • Teaching Concepts: Portato/Staccato articulation; legato phrasing; mixed time signatures; mixed key signatures

Additional Details

Composer: Travis Lohmann
Tonal Center: C major
Genre(s): Contemporary Lyrical
Instrumentation: Piano Solo
In a collection: Sonic Bouquet
Level: Intermediate, Advanced
Medium: Sheet Music
Method Book Match: Finale, Encore


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Very nice piece! Fresh arrangement, I can smell the lilacs! I can visually see someone picking lilacs and running to each tree at times. Beautiful melody!

I initially bought this piece because my late mom and I used to pick lilacs every day from her tree. I thought it would be a lovely way to honor her. I couldn't wait to play the music. I thought it had a beautiful yet haunting melody. I love how the mood fluctuates through all of the twists and turns. I found it to be really believable piece of music with clear interpretation.

Beautiful melody! This piece has some nice meter changes in it, and some lovely RH fingerwork. I gave it to a student this morning who loved it!