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Someday is an easy lyrical pop-style solo for late beginners of all ages written in a five-finger position with easy left hand position shifts. Music by Jennifer Eklund. Part of the Spotlight Solos Volume 1 songbook.
Someday (Digital: Single User)

Someday (Digital: Single User)

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Someday (Digital: Unlimited Reproductions)

Someday (Digital: Unlimited Reproductions)

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  • Lovely Taylor Swift-like pop style solo for early intermediates!

  • Style: Lyrical pop

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

  • Level: Late beginners

  • Tonal center: C major (5 finger position RH; shifting LH chords in open 5ths)

  • Teaching concepts: legato phrasing; light syncopation; LH position shifts; ties over the barline

Additional Details

Composer: Eklund
Tonal Center: C major
Genre(s): Contemporary Lyrical, Easy Lyrical, Pop-Style, Showcase Solos
Instrumentation: Piano Solo
In a collection: Spotlight Solos: Volume 1
ISMN: 979-0-58025-007-0
Level: Late Beginner
Medium: Sheet Music
Method Book Match: Movement 2, Movement 3, Fired Up! Level Two


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This piece has saved so many of my students! They love how it sounds like something they would hear on the radio.

This is one of the best songs ever written for students who are "getting tired" of method books! It woke up a Tween student, who then was moved to PP method books, and was so excited to play that she is now UNSTOPPABLE!

I gave the piece “Someday” to a student who is in fifth grade, very musical, but has very weak hands. She doesn’t usually practice much at home due to a busy household and lack of motivation. Well. . . she came back in one week and it was very evident that she loved this piece! I think it was because it spoke to her on her level. It is hard to find pieces for a student like this to work on. I believe that it actually gave her a jumpstart and she seems more willing to practice her other assignments. Thank you Jennifer!

Just heard “Someday” and fell in love with it! I’m a late beginner in piano, getting back to it after so many years of not playing, and I know this piece will certainly help me move on with piano. Also loved hearing “Breaking Free” by Jennifer, I do hope I can master that one in the future!

This is such a lovely piece! I’ve been struggling with piano since a long time, being a person who loves to learn things by himself (and living in a place where getting a teacher or study material is very difficult doesn’t help a lot). I’ve found your books and sheet music and finally i had some real advancement in my learning! You make the music look easy and challenging in a healthy way, i went from doodling to really playing (at my level) songs that were beyond me a few weeks ago. I absolutely like your approach to new age and would be looking forward to finding more of it from you, because as you put it in a post of your blog, it’s hard to find intermediate sheet music that is close to “real life”, that is: “close to the student” kind of music. I must also add a most heartfelt THANK YOU for the effort, your great books and … the prices of course
Best regards from somewhere in Mexico

Lovely, inspiring piece. My “tween” female piano student is enjoying this piece and it’s a great motivating tool for her. She loves Taylor Swift pop music and this one is similar. Very nice, thanks so much for helping us.

My 12 year old student is working on this piece and besides enjoying the beautiful melody, is learning to play even eighth notes, practice counting eighth notes and tied eighth notes. We love that she moves around the keyboard with the melody, up an octave and back, and the piece finishes beautifully and delicately.

I am getting the unlimited license because I KNOW this is going to be very popular. I already see my teenage beginners eating it up.

I love the lovely piece. I am practicing and practicing all the time until I master it. I inspired me a lot. Like my wishes “someday” will be come true….