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Morning Mood (slow)

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Piano Marvel’s arrangement of Morning Mood is an accessible yet challenging piece for beginning pianists. Remember that the serenity of a sunrise is the inspiration for this song. Try to keep that mood in mind while you learn to play this song. It should be relaxing! The right hand plays a single note melody while the left hand outlines the harmony by playing the root and fifth of each chord. The piece begins in the key of C major and modulates to F major in measure 9. We move to the key of G minor in measure 17 and then quickly back to F major in measure 23 where we remain for the rest of the piece. Not sure what this means? That’s okay! Once you have opened the song in the Piano Marvel Library, click the Learn Mode feature in the bottom right corner to get a step by step walkthrough on the best way to learn Morning Mood on piano.

Curious as to what Morning Mood is about? Here is a little background:

Peer Gynt, an outlaw banished from his home in the Norwegian Mountains, traveled for many years and countless miles before finding himself an illegitimate businessman on the coast of Morocco. Unaware of the political implications, Peer decides to support the Turks in suppressing a Greek revolt. His companions despise this choice and abandon him in the desert while he slept. He is awoken suddenly and forced up a tree by a group of monkeys. In an attempt to defend himself, he breaks off a branch and swings at the wild primates. As the sun begins to rise the familiar Morning Mood begins to play. The first forte is, considered the climax, signifies the sun breaking through.

Though this may not be the dew-covered spring sunrise you may be used to associating this song with, it is the scene the composer Edvard Grieg intended. Composed in 1875 for the play Peer Gynt, this song has gained notoriety through its extensive use in pop culture.


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