I originally wrote this piece for my sister in law Laura (hence Falora) to help her get back into playing the piano after a long illness.
This is what I would consider to be the first 'proper' piece herein. Although more difficult than the previous pieces and does use a couple of finger crossovers, it's still fairly simple. The left hand may look complicated at first, but on close inspection you'll see that it mainly consists of only a few simple wide span broken chords. Once this left hand pattern is learnt, you’ll find it very easy and useful as it occurs in many pieces.
This works well as a standalone piano piece or as a keyboard piece using the auto accompaniment (and the chords as shown).
Click the link below to hear this piece.