This is the sixth installment in my series of piano impromptus inspired by the sounds of childhood, namely the theme songs of early nineties video game systems like Nintendo. This quick piece (1 min. 10 sec.) is a fun, aggressive composition that sounds harder to play than it really is. The opening right-hand melody is easily played by fingering each four-note group with either 1,2,5 or 1,2,4. I originally discovered this pattern from an Art Tatum transcription book. He was the master of economical virtuosity.
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