Every performer or student has complex plays in his repertoire. They help the performer grow, and often make it possible to overcome stage fears, due to the fact that the rest of the repertoire is simpler, and after playing the first one, the simpler pieces seem quite easy. If the material seems to be easy for the performer in terms of technique, they are able to think more about phrasing, about dynamics, the character and, ultimately, about the music. The three pieces I have proposed are not simple, and can become part of your so-called “complex” repertoire, which promotes growth in terms of technique and similar high-speed music. You can use the attached audio at different tempos, which will help you feel the ensemble play and lead to even performance, as well as give a proper feel for the music I have written.
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LITTLE HARE AND A SNARE DRUM (Music text example)
THE TEMPLE SQUARE