@ hreichgott and Chris thanks for the feedback.
Now that you mention it, the B section in this piece sounds a lot like the B section from "Of Lands." I am afraid I cannot claim this to be a "original composition."
About working as a dance accompanist, no, I never have
About the left hand being an alberti bass accompaniment, to me it is more of a series of arpeggios. The pattern in scale degrees is 1 - 5 - 8 over and over. From what I know Ostinato basically means a repeated figure in the bass so that is why I called it an ostinato
study. Maybe I should not have used study as that would be for more of an academic type work? As for this piece being for the very young, I don't know if my younger brother could play this, but so be it-- "ostinato study" (for the very young)