Arpeggios 1

    I wrote these arpeggios so you can put Arpeggios 1 and 2 side by side on the music stand and see what notes change from the major arpeggios to the minor, to the diminished, and to the augmented.   I also ask my students to play down the columns,  i.e. all the major arpeggios and then all the minor ones etc.  Be creative.  Sometimes I play each arpeggio four or eight times in one slur/breath.  Sometimes I start at the top of the arpeggio and go down and back up.  I go through the possible "skills" (T, K, HAH, TK or TKT, and slurred with counted vibrato). 



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