Sneaky Sneakers

(2 customer reviews)


A fun, spooky sounding piece!

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Sneaky Sneakers is a descriptive elementary piece in D minor 5-finger position. It has plenty of staccatos that convey the image of sneakers tip-toeing around, as well as contrasting legato notes. Sneaky Sneakers has a Halloween sound, but it can be played anytime of the year. There is a fun accelerando at the end that adds to the fun. This music will work on articulation, dynamic changes, and simple hand shifts, and is good for an older elementary student.

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

Sneaky Sneakers 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 and 3 only. After processing, you can find your file in your account. Please double-check the email you use as well as your PayPal account email so your file will be sent to the  correct email address. Your completed file will be emailed to you as a high-resolution PDF. 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 an email with your file as soon as you place your order, check your spam/trash folder, then the email address you used on this site as well as your PayPal account. If you still can’t find it, get in touch with me. I will make sure you get your music files!

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2 reviews for Sneaky Sneakers

  1. Mary Tunnell

    This is a great piece for Halloween recitals, or any time during the year. I just used this piece with a transfer student who is “stuck” in C position and he had fun with it.

  2. Dr Saylor

    Planning a fall recital and I was looking for a song that would be fun and able to be played year-round. I am selling it to the students as a Halloween piece but it can be played whenever the students are ready. I have often talked to parents about how something as simple as the title of the song helps the student want to practice it. Most of my kids are between 6-12 so it’s appealing to them. I have yet to have a student not like one of Susan Paradis’ songs! Check out The Dragon’s Lair or The Boy Who Didn’t Like Halloween!

    • Susan Paradis

      Dr. Saylor, thank you so much for such kind words!

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