This playful little piano piece in G Major is a miniature. The cheerful 8-measure section in G is followed by a mischievous, 8-measure section in E minor. The third section is a repeat of the first, with a coda, accelerating to the finish line. Young pianists practice reading a few measures of bass cleff in the right hand and treble clef in the left hand as the piece shifts octaves. The slur and staccatos give character and charm. While it is short, it is somewhere between easy and intermediate due to the clef changes. You will be able to judge best after hearing the recording. .