Emma Knights | The Happy Little Piglet Who Sounded Like a Japanese Fighting Fish

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The Happy Little Piglet Who Sounded Like a Japanese Fighting Fish

by Emma Knights

A twelve-tone piano piece that sounds like a Japanese Fighting Fish!
Genre: Classical: Piano solo
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A twelve-tone piano solo piece written in 1998 as a university project. A friend drew a piglet on my manuscript so I called it The Happy Little Piglet. When I submitted the piece, the lecturer said it sounded more like a Japanese Fighting Fish so, when resubmitting the song as part of my final portfolio, I renamed it The Happy Little Piglet Who Sounded Like A Japanese Fighting Fish!

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