Eight Dollar Boogie (late intermediate)
One of my first musical projects was writing a piece for each member of my immediate family (see Family Suite). A few years later, I decided to write a piece in honor of the person who first got me started in music, oversaw my piano practicing as a kid, played piano and accordion duets with me, practiced wonderful classical music herself for me to listen to as I fell asleep at night, and has always been one of my biggest fans. I know she loves playing boogie-woogie music and likes anything in a minor key, like I do, so this one’s for my mom. It’s named after Eight Dollar Mountain, which overlooks the house I grew up in in southern Oregon. 7 pages. Included in the “Departure” songbook. Late intermediate level. Early intermediate arrangement also available.
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