In Miller’s Meadow

$9.99

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)

In Miller’s Meadow is an elementary solo that sings of sings of sunshine, inspiring clouds, breathtaking wildflowers, and grace and peace.

 

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Studio Use License – This single piece comes with a studio license and is a fantastic value as this can be used for as many students as you directly teach!

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Description

In Miller’s Meadow speaks of sunshine, inspiring clouds, breathtaking wildflowers, cool green grass and peace. It’s an easy solo with very little hands together playing (only at the end). It’s just right for the older beginner, teens, adults, or any students who love beautiful music.

Features of In Miller’s Meadow

In Miller’s Meadow is in C position and features only steps and 5ths. It falls easily under the hands. The damper pedal is used throughout the piece, but only needs to be changed in one measure.

The “In Beautiful Places” Series

In Miller’s Meadow is part of the new In Beautiful Places series. The seed of this series was planted upon the creation of Up Sandy Ripple Road which was inspired by the critically acclaimed author, Wendell Berry. If you love In Miller’s Meadow, you will love Up Sandy Ripple Road.

Up Sandy Ripple Road is only available as a print since it is published by Willis Piano Music. So we’re excited to be able to bring you a new series of these In Beautiful Places pieces available as a studio license this time.

Who will enjoy In Miller’s Meadow

Any age of student with an appreciation for beautiful music will love this piece. But adults and melancholy teens and students will especially enjoy it.

Teaching Tip

Measures 9-24 look at little more daunting on the page than the easy measures 1-8. This is only because of the ties and the way it has to be notated. To make it much easier, just show the student how there is always a note playing on every beat (except at the end of the phrase). The student just needs to play note after note and not worry about the ties and longer note values (except at the ends of phrases where there are half notes).

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4 reviews for In Miller’s Meadow

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Gilda

    This is BEAUTIFUL!

  2. Wendy Stevens

    Thank you, Gilda! I’m so glad you like it!

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Margaret

    This is a beautiful piece. I have just the student to play it. Thanks Wendy!!

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Megan Hughes

    This piece is a real winner. I have it going with 4 different people, 3 adults and a teenager, and everyone loves it. It is such a nice balance between easy and interesting and also sounds terrific. The comments are “Awesome!” “ beautiful”, “fun”, “surprising” and others in that vein.

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    Susan

    Three of my older beginning students are learning this piece. They love it! Sometimes it’s a challenge to find easy music for the early teen. This fits the bill!

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