RUSH E but it’s ACTUALLY PLAYABLE

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Learn Rush E by Andrew Wrangell on piano with this tutorial! Please enjoy!

Composed by Andrew Wrangell
Edited by Samuel Dickenson

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First you rushed A, then you rushed B. Now you’re gonna rush E. We had so much fun making the impossible version of Rush E that we had to make a playable version for everyone who wanted to learn it. It’s a tricky piece, but we’re sure that you’ll love it once you learn how to play it. Perhaps in 100 years time we’ll have historians perplexed on the origins of this piece and how it spawned from an impossibly confusing set of memes.

This arrangement is meant for advanced level pianists, but upper intermediate level pianists should be able to give this a shot. It features some tricky leaping, repeated note melodies and lashings of oom-pah bass! Enjoy!

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