Hoedown at the Southernmost Saloon

You’ll put your boots and spurs on and square dance to this upbeat and catchy country-themed work!

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This country-themed piece will give students a wonderful opportunity to play some country music cliches. Using chord progressions more suited to 1970s classic rock and gospel music, this piece has plenty of grace notes, a double-sharp or two, and opportunities to discover the best fingering for the passages given (no fingering is given). Toe-tapping earworm melodies make this short piece fun to play and even more fun to listen to!

The cover image is from Cowboy Bill’s Honky-Tonk Saloon in Key West, FL, one of the Southernmost Saloons in the contiguous United States.

Key: E Major

Mood: very happy, terpsichorean,

Pedagogy: sixteenth note rhythms, accents, double-sharps, accidentals.


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