Frank lynes
This final movement is fast-paced and cheerful. Quick-moving sixteenth-note passages in this piece require careful fingering, especially when dealing with accidentals. A quasi-cadential passage in the middle of the piece could be good preparation for trills and ornaments or cadenzas in more involved pieces. Students should be sure to observe the fermata over the last chord.


Jennifer Brooke, undergraduate piano major, The University of Iowa