Chocolate Donuts

(4 customer reviews)


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Chocolate Donuts is a fun-to-play 2-page late elementary etude in C, disguised as a  “boogie.”  It is an easy, fast-learning piece that makes a great “emergency” piece to play at an upcoming recital. This is a good piece for a student who needs practice on:

  • Blocked fifth to sixth intervals in the left hand
  • Moving to a few different positions while keeping the beat
  • Holding, not playing, tied notes

Chocolate Donuts is so simple to learn that even your most reluctant practicer will get on board. Plus, it is easy to learn by rote, so you can actually teach it in the lesson. It can even be turned into a duet because the hands never play together. I have successfully taught this piece to students in a level 2 method book. Fingering, dynamics, and articulations are marked for fast learning. This is a great piece to have on hand!

This is a studio license, so a single teacher can make unlimited copies.

Chocolate Donuts is an 3-page PRINTABLE PDF file measuring 8.5 x 11 inches. The file includes the 2-page score and a color cover which is optional to print. If you do not want to print the cover, set your printer to print pages 2 -3 only. Please double-check the email you use as well as your PayPal account email, so PayPal will send the file to your correct email address. Your completed file will be found in your account. It will also be emailed to you. Once you have downloaded your file, you may print it yourself or use a print shop of your choice. Please note that this listing does not include a physical item. If you do not receive your file soon after you place your order, check the email address on your PayPal account and the email address you use on this site. If you like this piece, please consider leaving a review on this product page! Thank you!

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4 reviews for Chocolate Donuts

  1. Elizabeth Chang

    This piece is pretty genius. In the week that I’ve had it, word has gotten around about it and now many of my beginning kids are demanding to play it. The shifting hand positions are quite useful for sight reading exercises and such. The LH part is just challenging enough for little hands. Thanks for sharing your art with us, Susan.

  2. Mary Tunnell

    This piece is good for practice in changing hand positions and is so much fun!!

  3. Kae

    This is a favorite of the kids. So easy for them to learn yet sounds more complicated than it is. Thank you.

    • Susan Paradis

      Thank you! That’s very kind of you to say!

  4. Lisa Williams

    This song is SO fun for all ages and levels!!! I especially love using this song for sight-reading if a teenager is having a hard day and needs to smile.

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