3-Octave Triad Arpeggios in G Melodic Minor (root position)

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One Response to 3-Octave Triad Arpeggios in G Melodic Minor (root position)

  1. Joao says:

    ,I think it is important for us to point out what aclatluy is natural. Sometimes bad fingerings feel natural at the time to inexperienced players but it is our job to govern that a little bit without always giving away the answers.I usually just let my students make fingering mistake the first time and then I am going to an explanation of why we use a different one.I never really thought of using chords as a way of covering fingering but it is something I think I’m going to try

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