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TRAINING FOR VOICE, EAR, & TONAL MEMORY

Charles Gacsi (42523) · [archive]
Style: Basics · Level: Beginner · Tempo: 120
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At best syllables are a "crutch" for trying to remember the sound of notes via scales and arpeggios.

The last set of fingerings were ok but not as good as they could have been with better resolutions. The attempt was to keep the fingerings of the chords close together. The next set of diagrams sound better.

G
C
G
F# dim
G
F#dim
G
Same notes used as arpeggios. G chord = G(do), B(me), D(sol), B(me), G(do)....C chord = G(do), C(fa), E(la), C(fa), G(do)....G chord = G(do), B(me), D(sol), B(me), G(do)....F#dim chord = F#(ti), A(re), C(fa), A(re), F#(ti)....G chord = D(sol), G(do), B(me), G(do), D(sol)....F#dim chord = C(fa), F#(ti), A(me), F#(ti), C(fa)....G chord = B(me), D(sol), G(do), D(sol), B(me)

G arpeggio
C arpeggio
G arpeggio
F# dim arpeggio
G arpeggio
F# dim arpeggio
G arpeggio
That last set of fingerings sounded good when used for chords and arpeggios