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Home Run is a fun & fast pop music solo for students of all ages at the late beginning level. Music composed by Piano Pronto author Jennifer Eklund.
Home Run (Digital: Single User)

Home Run (Digital: Single User)

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Home Run (Digital: Unlimited Reproductions)

Home Run (Digital: Unlimited Reproductions)

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Home Run

  • Great piece for any sport-loving student!

  • Style: Upbeat pop

  • Correlates to Piano Pronto method books: Movement 1 and up

  • Level: Late beginners

  • Tonal center: G major

  • Teaching concepts: articulations/staccato vs. legato; light syncopation; LH position shifts; ties over the barline

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Additional Details

SKU: PPSM3004
Composer: Eklund
Tonal Center: G major
Genre(s): Pop-Style, Showcase Solos
Instrumentation: Piano Solo
In a collection: Spotlight Solos: Volume 2
ISMN: 979-0-58025-002-5
Level: Late Beginner, Early Intermediate
Medium: Sheet Music
Method Book Match: Movement 1, Movement 2

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This piece is so much fun to play! I have students who love to play fast, and in this piece, they can play fast, and use accents and staccato. A student told me that it makes him feel like he "owns" the piano!


Good for girls, too! My 11 year old student said, “it sounds like a group of friends having fun” when she heard it. She’s learning it now. Another student-saver, go-to supplement piece.


My 13 year loves baseball and he usually plays classical piano but this piece allows him to relax and be a kid..


Thank you for this one! I introduced it to a 9-year-old baseball player last night and we had to coax him away from it to actually go play baseball!


I gave this to a student who has had a hard time connecting his right hand an dhis left hand to create one solid line of melody. He was so focused on Left hand accompan. and right melody that he was missing a lot of small things. I gave this to him and all of those issues disappeared. He performed it memorized and fast and well balanced at our recital. This is a gem.


A piece that any student I give it to loves! Good balance of parts between the hands that makes it easier to pick up on.