Terrifying Trilogy is an eerie and mysterious three-piece set with Hitchcock-inspired titles spanning late-elementary to early intermediate levels. All three pieces are in an expanded C minor five-finger hand position. With fast-slow-fast tempo indications, the three solos work well as movements of a modern sonatina or as stand-alone material.
Scary Movie, by Rick Robertson is an early intermediate level showcase solo, inspired by the beloved “Ballade” by Burgmüller. In addition to being an excellent seasonal Halloween selection, it will help the young player develop technical skills, all wrapped up in less than a minute of fun!
Spin My Web
Spin My Web is a vexing and spooky, evenly-leveled duet for two late beginners. Composed by Chrisanne Nahum, this student-favorite, remains primarily in 5-finger position as the two parts weave together to spin an intricate web of sound! This piece has been selected for the NFMC Festivals Bulletin, 2020-2024.
End Game, a perennial favorite, arranged as a trio for six hands, on one piano by Jennifer Eklund. This selection is ideal for late beginners of all ages and includes a full conductor’s score and the three separate student parts. This piece has been selected for the NFMC Festivals Bulletin, 2020-2024.
An absolute student-saver showcase solo for late beginners who want music that sounds cool and looks impressive. This is the easiest version of End Game found from the ever-popular Spotlight Solos Volume 1 collection by Jennifer Eklund. This is the version of End Game that is on the NFMC Bulletin list.