Based on an idea by Philip Keveren. The pentatonic melody, at first divided between the hands, undergoes two variations with different left hand patterns.

The eight-measure melody, being pentatonic, should be played holding the pedal down throughout.

For the variations, syncopated pedal is necessary to create the “watery” sound.

In the key of F which, for the variations, requires B flat in the left hand.

The melody plus variations is not really meant to be played as a complete piece; the variations are more of a suggestion for what one could do with left hand accompaniment patterns. Yours to be creative with!