The original Slur Exercises and Chromatic Octaves
has long been a valuable supplement assisting the advancing student toward "greater strength and fluency in his fingers," stated Segovia.
Organ (harpsichord is 5 may transpose down by 1 or similar but simpler) 2 octaves
, or up by as much as 3; can also produce doubling at any one or more of those, and can charge at any time ambiguity of an octave
may sound 1 or 2 octaves
higher than written 8.
Today, by limiting the number of octaves
to two, the church demonstrates the primary importance we place upon Christmas and Easter.
If the interval is a sixth or greater, an octave
sign is always used.
As previously reported for people's musical skills, the animals' ability to identify childhood songs plummeted when they heard tunes that shifted by either one-half octave
or 1 1/2 octaves
and sevenths struck in high and low registers repeatedly interrupt the discourse, as in mm.
Left-hand accompaniment patterns are mostly arpeggiated chords confined to one octave
, with occasional finger pedaling and octaves
in either hand.
Additionally, large chords, octaves
and arpeggios repeatedly force the smaller hand out of "anatomic neutral," an ideal position that can be identified when the hand is hanging in a naturally relaxed state at the side of the torso in perfect alignment with the wrist.
The selection travels through the keys of C, F and G majors and climaxes with a barrage of dotted-rhythm chords in both parts, finally ending on forte staccato chords and octaves
One of the most difficult passages for the violin in the first movement is a melodic minor one-octave
scale in fingered octaves
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