If you’ve been having fun with our pop-infused teen printables then you’ll be thrilled to add another “Scale Session” to your collection! And if you haven’t been using these printables, well… it’s finally time to get your students excited about technical work!
Our pop piano etudes breathe new life into technical work. At a time in their lives when instant gratification is top priority, teens push aside scale practice in favor of “cool-sounding” repertoire. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Technical work can be cool and we’re here to prove it!
Today’s pop piano scale etude reinforces the C Major scale and is inspired by our Classical Pop piano book collections (The Beethoven Sessions, The Chopin Sessions and The Amadeus Anthems). Check it out below.
A Teen Piano Solo To Reinforce The C Major Scale
In past posts we’ve shared pop piano etudes for the F Major Scale, The G Major Scale and the D Major Triad. Today we’re adding to your technical toolbox with the C Major scale. Note: if you already own The Amadeus Anthems – Classical Pop Piano Solos For Teens, our C Major etude coordinates beautifully with the uber-popular K Track 545 from The Amadeus Anthems.
With today’s printable your teen piano students will learn the two-octave C Major scale, hands separate and hands together before bringing it to life with a pop-infused piano solo.
Click here or on the image below to download the C Major Pop Piano Etude.
Bring This Rockin’ Music To Your Recital
Teen piano students are way more likely to participate in recitals if they love their piano tunes. And teens can’t help but love our Classical Pop Piano Solos found in The Amadeus Anthems, The Beethoven Sessions, and The Chopin Sessions.