This is part of the Bossy Nova music that Jim Gerrish wrote for the Wiz Kids in 1980 as a learning tool for the keyboard. There are five parts in the complete piece, each designed to train sight reading, eye-hand coordination on the keyboard, fingering techniques, and music theory as the Wiz Kid progresses. Rather than play scales, this teaches them the same skills using a piece of music that is actually used in Wiz Kid performances to accompany the jugglers.

Each Wiz Kid is encouraged to use his or her own name where you see "Fred- 'rick Goode." It is specifically designed to be used with an electronic keyboard and is not considered a piano piece, for which other music is better used.