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« on: October 20, 2004, 09:33:35 PM »

Just wondering if anyone knows of an ez version of Mozart's alla turca. I got a six year old who is love with anything classical and made a request to play this. (It makes me happy when little kids tell me they want to play Bach or Mozart, especially if they've only been playing a short while. All hope is not lost!) If not I guess I'll just have to do it myself, which isn't such a bad thing. Peace.
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« Reply #1 on: October 21, 2004, 12:01:29 AM »

Just wondering if anyone knows of an ez version of Mozart's alla turca. I got a six year old who is love with anything classical and made a request to play this. (It makes me happy when little kids tell me they want to play Bach or Mozart, especially if they've only been playing a short while. All hope is not lost!) If not I guess I'll just have to do it myself, which isn't such a bad thing. Peace.

Slow down the tempo, make the LH do just a single bass note instead of whatever it has... I haven't seen the sheet music in a while.  Make him do lots of HS and RH work.  The left hand will be a very very simple grade 1 style LH accompliment.
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« Reply #2 on: October 23, 2004, 09:37:51 AM »

Hmm I just started teaching not too long ago and am quite inexperienced at this.. I've got a student like that too. However she's too young (hands too small) to play octaves. Also, is there a way to simplify the semiquavers runny notes? Don't think she'll be able to play that as yet. I'm afraid she'd get bored of the piece if I ask her to do it slowly. So was wondering if I can simplify it for her for the time being, and when her technique improves she'll be more inspired to play the original version.
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