Jubilation is a one-hand early intermediate piano solo composed by Allen Myers which can be played with either hand. The solo is written once in treble clef and then again in bass clef. Independent control of the fingers is required for the two part writing as fingers 1 or 5 is often held while the remainder play. The majority of the piece holds to a five finger position though the five finger position shifts several times throughout. Performers could consider playing the piece with their less dominant hand, the clef which they struggle to read, or learn the solo twice for both hands.
The Many Adventures of Axel Sloan is a one-handed piano solo for right hand, while only twenty five measures in length, excluding repeats or the DS, offers many challenges to the performer. The D minor composition, which conforms for the most part to a five finger hand position, will require finger control due to unusual finger combinations, two and three voice part writing, subtle use of dynamics and articulations. Independence of finger control is a must throughout the five short sections.