You’re In Trouble

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This song has a lot of back and forth between the right hand and the left hand. That means that one hand is playing while the other is resting or holding a long note. This type of song will help develop your hand independence because you can focus on one hand at a time.

Measures 81-88 should start softly and then get gradually louder. Measure 89-98 should be the loudest part of the whole song, so when you get to this spot, give it everything that you’ve got.

If you’re looking for a way to make this song harder, you can play the right hand in octaves in places like measures 25-32. I would suggest that you play the part that I’ve written with your right hand pinky (5th finger) and then add an octave below with your thumb. (1st finger)