Practice log 29.9.09

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FavoriteLoadingAdd to favorites An example of a good length practice that I managed to fit into a day. If you'd like more specific info on any of the exercises, then let me know, Casimer.

varunkapahi said,

December 27, 2009 @ 4:29 pm

is it just me who cant see any lesson content here??

toshiko said,

October 3, 2009 @ 2:38 pm

Hi Casimer, will you link to the video here in the comments? Just want to know where to find it as I’m interested in viewing it.

casimer said,

October 2, 2009 @ 9:09 am

Hi Plotino, the ‘triplets to sevenths’ was my shorthand for 7th arpeggios, played as triplets. So in the key of G major if G = 1 (root), A = 2 (second), B = 3 (third) etc. You play 1,3,5 – 7,5,3 – 2,4,6 – 8,6,4 – 7th arpeggios through the entire scale (as I referred to it as the whole scale). It’s not the best way to illustrate it like this, so I’ll make a post showing the exercise.

Playing a scale in 3rds means (using the same formula as above) 1,3,2,4,3,5,4,6 etc or in G major – G, B, A, C, B, D, C, E, D, F#, E, G. If you play that across two octaves its a really good work out. Again, not so easy to get across here so I’ll make a video post. Cheers

plotino said,

October 1, 2009 @ 8:33 am

First of all thank you for your lick ….
Two questions:
1. What you mean for triplets to sevenths, through whole scale?
2. And for major scales in 3rds with variations?

Thank you again


floyd77 said,

October 1, 2009 @ 1:14 am

This all looks very inviting. I’ll be back soon


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