Robotic Rise is a powerful, driving piece that is easy to play and easy to learn.
Will robots take over the world one day? This driving Robotic Rise piece suggests so! This late elementary piece is carefully edited to include all kinds of articulation, enabling the student to play very precisely, musically, and in an engaging way.
Easy coordination and syncopation
Robotic Rise sounds big, full, and powerful, but is quite easy to play. There are no eighths notes in the piece and the only time the right hand the left hand actually play at the same time is at the powerful ending. The syncopation gives Robotic Rise a contemporary feel, but is easy to execute since something plays on every beat (as opposed to syncopation where both hands hold through a beat).
Why the 5/4 section is super easy to play
There’s a very short set of measures in 5/4 meter at the end of Robotic Rise. This is a very easy section to play because something plays on every beat, so there is no need to count in this section. Just play each note one right after the other and the pattern itself will give the piece an edge without being difficult for the student to play.
Big, powerful, driving sound
This piece is perfect for those students who want to sound big and powerful or play loudly. But there are enough musical details and markings that if followed, they will also sound musical! Robotic Rise is also great for those students who might ordinarily be shy and reserved and want to surprise their audience!
Robotic Rise makes a student sound impressive!
Students love to impress their friends, and the power and driving nature of Robotic Rise can do just that! Great for talent shows or “share days” at school.
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