Level 3 is intended for students who have completed the Primer, Level 1A, Level 1B, and Level 2 piano tutorials. In most instances only one piece will be assigned each week. If you need a bigger challenge, add next week's piece too. If you didn't quite master your piece in one week, work on it for another week.
This arrangement of Spiderman focuses on teaching you to play eighth notes in a jazz style. Spend a little time practicing jazz eighth notes on a single piano key (with the tutorial) before you start learning the arrangement. A good understanding of how to play jazz eighth notes will help your overall performance.
This arrangement of A Whole New World from "Aladdin," offers many challenges, but none of them are too hard for you. You just need to remember that you can learn anything if you choose achievable goals and practice very slowly. Sometimes an achievable goal is two measures. Sometime it's only two notes. When you pick a tempo (speed of the music), do your best to pick a tempo that will help you to play the music correctly the first time. The more you play things right the first time, the more you'll grow as a musician.
Malaguena is an awesome arrangement of a Spanish dance that features a Flamenco guitar-style section near the end. It's really fun to play and not as hard as you might think. Just practice it slowly. When you have this piece mastered, you'll amaze your friends!