I wrote this piece at my brothers bungalow in Surrey after seeing his pet fox play in the garden, it doesn't have anything to do with foxes other than that!
This is the first of a few in 6:8 timing, but shares a similar left hand technique to Falora using open broken chords which are nowhere as complicated as they might look.
There is also a really interesting chord sequence in the middle, which again my look complicated, but most of the chord changes are achieved by altering only one note at a time.
The term ‘Dal Segno Al Coda’ means return to the sign and then proceed to the Coda at the Coda sign, you will see these signs fairly regularly.
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