The Dragon’s Lair

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The Dragon’s Lair is an energetic early intermediate level piece in D minor. It contains easy patterns that sound harder than they are. The left hand staccato notes under the articulated right hand give the music an exciting intensity that is contrasted with a mysterious sounding middle section. Students can explore dynamic coloring and articulations as they play this piece for recitals, festivals, or just for fun. Fingering, dynamics, and articulations are carefully marked. This is a student favorite for all ages!

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

The Dragon’s Lair is an 4-page PRINTABLE PDF file measuring 8.5 x 11 inches. The file includes the 3-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 -4 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 emailed to you as a high-resolution PDF. You have 14 days to download the file before it expires. 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! Thank you.

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1 review for The Dragon’s Lair

  1. tomiebankhead

    This piece is a wonderful early intermediate adventure–especially my boy students have loved it. One student that I could not get to practice forever played this repeatedly when I found this song and performed it at a spring recital. He took my last copy, so I had to come back for more. This is both fun to play and several of the sections can be easily learned through example–rote playing, so even less advanced students can enjoy. Thanks Susan for such a fun piece!

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