Simple Variations in Lydian Mode will delight your early intermediate students. Older students who would like to play something that sounds sophisticated will be particularly interested in this lovely piece.
Teaching the modes through music is a great way to get students interested in music theory. The piece uses G as the tonal center. The C sharp gives the piece an interesting sound.
Students can play this piece as a set or focus on the theme and/or only one variation. Simple Variations in Lydian Mode is easy enough for the early-intermediate student to learn quickly.
If your student is interested in learning another modal piece take a listen to Simple Variations in Phrygian Mode
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