“Guy Eye” is a fun, dynamic intermediate piano solo that involves the audience. They are going to have so much fun participating with this jazzy, mysterious piece and the glissando in the middle only adds to the excitement!
Remember how fun it is to clap in rhythm to the music at a sporting event? (For example “We will, we will, rock you!”) Well, this mysterious piece brings that kind of excitement to your recital.
Guy Eye makes the student feel like a star. It shows how creative you are. And it makes the audience say things like “that was the best recital ever!”
How can you use Guy Eye?
This exciting piece can be performed in any of these outrageously fun ways:
As a solo plus the mp3 tapping and snapping accompaniment (You get 3 free mp3s with purchase)
As a solo with some or all of your students tapping and snapping
As a solo with the audience tapping and snapping
As a monster concert!
Your studio will be known for making recitals fun, not events where people fall asleep!
What comes with your Guy Eye purchase?
With your purchase of the studio license, you get:
The PDF music
The cover (we always include that)
Free mp3 tapping tracks at 3 different tempos (and for this package, you are licensed to send these to your students so they can practice at home too)
Free BONUS mp3 that includes a performance of the piece with the tapping tracks so you know what they sound like together.
Directions on how to introduce the piece
What is a Studio License?
Guy Eye is currently only available as a studio license which means that you only have to purchase it one time, and you are then licensed to print as many prints as you need for yourself or any student you directly teach! It’s like getting an unlimited supply of the piece since you never have to pay for it again, plus there is no shipping. You get the PDF and bonus mp3s in your email within minutes of your purchase.
Want more Audience Participation Pieces?
These pieces are changing recitals around the world! If you’d like other audience participation pieces, please check these out:
Mob Bop – The original and super fun elementary piece!
Yee-Haw – A fun early elementary piece with audience clapping