Dog Tail Chasing (Easy Piano Solo)

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When I was writing my piano school 1994-96 (withdrawn for personal reasons) I made an arrangement of a very popular Swedish Children’s Tune by a Swedish composer of Children’s Tunes and Nursery Rhymes. (very well known). I sent her my arr. asking her how much it would cost me to publish my arr. of her song in my book. After some weeks we had a chat on the phone were she mentioned a rather large sum of money, depending of course how large edition we were talking about and furthermore she ”thought putting the thumb on any black key was appropriate” (which was doing deliberatly here) because she ”had studied for Professor X”, and he said so she proudly added. I didn’t tell her how many Professors I have been taken lessons with. After hanging up I made this arr. wich can be used as small and humble accompaniment to her tune. But I didn’t tell her that either, of course.

I’m not much for piano pedigree but I just have to put down my foot here: My Professors were: Mrs Rattke, Mrs Nellmar, Mrs Stenbäck, she studied in Berlin for Prof. H. Bart and Prof. G. Bertram Miss Astrid Berwald, in Stockholm she was a pupil of Richard Andersson, who was a pupil of Clara Schumann, she also studied in Berlin for Prof. H. Bart and Prof. G. Bertram and E. Von Dohnanyi. Mr Fritjof Kjellberg, he studied in Berlin for Prof. H. Bart and Prof. G. Bertram Mrs Irène Mannheimer studied with L.Lundberg, Annie Fischer and Vlado Perlemuter who studied with Ravel. Prof. Gunnar de Frumerie studied with Emil von Sauer and Alfred Cortot Prof. Stina Sundell studied with Emil von Sauer, Eduard Steuermann and Alban Berg Prof. Pierre Sancan was a pupil of Yves Nat and winner of Prix de Rome. Amongst others…


Score ID
78432
Composer
Year of composition
1996
Difficulty
Easy (Grades 1-3)
Duration
1 minute
Instrumentation
Solo instrument (Piano)
Genre
Classroom materials
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