Lullaby Of The Snow Fairies Description:
- Level: Intermediate
- Pages: 5 pages, 2 pages of music, cover included
- Format: Instant PDF download
- Studio Licence Bonus: Cover art, “make it your own” suggestions for students
- Collections: Snow Fairies
“Lullaby Of The Snow Fairies” is a soothing, lyrical intermediate piece. Imagine going for a moonlit walk. As fluffy snowflakes dance down from the sky, your stress melts away and it becomes a moment when anything is possible.
Students will explore variations on a musical palindrome that embraces a peaceful moment outside of time. For students who love “The Feather Theme” from Forrest Gump, they will delight in playing a variation of the accompaniment pattern.
NOTE: This piece was originally commissioned by TopMusicCo. All rights were retained by Rosemarie Penner.
Lullaby Of The Snow Fairies Level:
“Lullaby Of The Snow Fairies” is an early intermediate piano solo. This song is a musical palindrome! Finding the main motif and looking at how it changes throughout the song will help in mastering each section. Your students should experiment with each voice as each choice will change the character of this piece.
- Mode: B Major
- Time Signature: 4/4
- Concepts: voicing within chords, some cross rhythms
Tempo and pedal experimentation will help your students make their own interpretation of this piece. A slower tempo and light pedal give a more reverent moodscape. However, a slightly quicker tempo also sounds wonderful as well.
Lullaby Of The Snow Fairies Bonus:
All sheet music comes with original cover art. “Lullaby Of The Snow Fairies” comes with tips for students to master the piece.
More About The “Snow Fairies” Collection:
“Lullaby Of The Snow Fairies” is part of the “Snow Fairies” collection that is designed for intermediate to early advanced students. These pieces focus on artistry within simplicity and include a relaxed listening mood with a bit of nostalgia. If you are looking for recital pieces that will appeal to teen and adult students, this is a great collection to go with!
Pieces found in the “Snow Fairies” collection are:
- Lullaby Of The Snow Fairies: Soothing, lyrical intermediate piece that started the moodscape of the entire collection!
- Last Dance Of The Snow Fairies: Early intermediate piece that is a melancholy dance that is a study of voicing and dynamics.
- Snow Fairies Under The Moonlight: Relaxed early advanced piece inspired by LoFi music and studying different types of chords.
More About The “Scenes of Winter” Collection:
To round out your studio’s intermediate level, Winter-themed repertoire, consider the “Scenes Of Winter” collection! Music in this collection focuses on creating a picture, moment, or mood. These are all great level-appropriate Winter recital pieces that are sure to be a hit with students and the audience alike.
Pieces found in the “Scenes Of Winter” collection are:
- Northern Lights: Late elementary (rote) to early intermediate level piece that creates an ethereal moodscape in a Mixolydian mode.
- Tracks In The Snow: Early intermediate level piece with simple chord combinations that create a range of moods throughout.
- Winter At The Cabin: This playful late intermediate piece focuses on the nostalgia of family time at the cabin.
What is a studio licence?
When you purchase “Lullaby Of The Snow Fairies” you get a studio-licence PDF of the piece. This piece is sent digitally via an email receipt. If you have a multi-teacher studio, please contact Rosemarie directly for additional licences. Thanks!
A studio licence is a great way to stretch your studio repertoire budget. Purchase music once and use for years (even decades) with students you directly teach! For online teachers, if you share the piece during online lessons, students must print immediately and not retain an electronic copy of the piece.
For more information on your studio licence, check out the Terms and Conditions page.
If you purchase a collection you will need a program to open zip files to access all pieces within the collection.
Should I print all pages for students?
Yes! Each page is designed with students in mind.
- Page 1: Cover art
- Page 3+: Music
- Last page: Other music they may like
Students love a bit of cover art since it can help them get into the mood and story of a piece. I’ve included ways to adapt or play with the music so students become part of the creative process.
Lastly, having other pieces at a similar level can keep students excited about what the next song in their musical journey can be!