The First Sonatina in Classic Style Easy Piano Sheet Music for piano beginners is easy to learn. This piano sheet music is written for the beginner or early intermediate piano student. The fact filled piano tutorial demonstrates every aspect of the piece.
Be sure to follow these proven practice tips for the beginner piano music sheet of the First Sonatina in Class Style
1. Listen to the video below FIRST before trying to play the piece by yourself. Also, scroll down below this video and right-click the beginner sheet music. Then select PRINT so that you can have the music in front of you at all times.
2. Notice that the beginning melody is repeated in the left hand beginning on measure #17. This easy piano music arrangement has a lot of repetition of the melody line throughout the piece.
Just as the melody repeats itself so do the C Major staccato blocked chord patterns. These occur first in the left hand at the beginning and then the right hand at measure #17.
These easy piano music tips pack a lot of punch and have a lot of details.
These details include staccatos, broken chords, blocked chords, forte (loud), piano (soft) dynamic markings.
You will also find a pp (pianissimo meaning very soft) and ff (fortissimo meaning very loud) in the last 2 lines of this charming and fun easy piano music.
The final practice tip for the First Sonatina in Classic Style is to pay close attention to the left hand broken chord patterns in lines 2 and 4. The 3 chords used here are the C Major I chord, IV chord and V7 chord. All of these C Major chords are explained and demonstrated in great detail in the piano video tutorial below. As with all beginner sheet music at this level, repeated practice hands separately on a daily basis will definitely pay off quickly.