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MEMORIES OF THAT FIRST SUMMER

MEMORIES OF THAT FIRST SUMMER

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Six Miniature Pieces for Piano

For Young Pianists and Their Whimsical Dreams

 

Time is never linear in dreamland. Distant times visit us in form of dreams. Therefore, these movements are put in this order to be unfollowed.

  • I – In Mom’s Arms, the Moon Rises
  • II – Squirrels and Nuts
  • III – A Bell Tower Plunged Out of the Sky
  • IV – Dear Teddy Bear, Is Mom Ever Coming Home?
  • V – Racing to the River We Beat the Beaver!
  • VI – Soft Strokes of Summer Breeze, Forwarding Letters to Mom’s New Address on the Moon.

Be whimsical.

-Wang Jie

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22 May 2017