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RIGHT HAND ARPEGGIO STUDIES #26

Charles Gacsi (42523) · [archive]
Style: Classical · Level: Intermediate · Tempo: 60
Pages: 1

This lesson is a continuance of Lesson #4262. Right Hand Arpeggio Studies #25. Tab is used.

Chords remain the same = G, Em, Am/Am7, D7.

Play each pattern more than once. On the final pattern resolve the D7 to the G chord.

Right hand fingering is shown in the next paragraph

The thumb "p" plays the bass note at the same moment as the ring finger "a" plays its note. Together. The upper notes are fingered in this order "a", index finger "i", and middle finger "m".

Initial tempo should be about 60 bpm and gradually increase the tempo in increments of 10 bpm until the speed of 120 bpm is reached.

DON'T RUSH TO GET THROUGH THIS LESSON. BE PRECISE. CONTROL WHAT YOU ARE DOING.

Eight note triplets are used. Accent the first note in each triplet figure. That should define where the main beats or pulsations are located.
RIGHT HAND ARPEGGIO STUDIES #26