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Piano Lessons: Level Two Muscular: Lesson 12

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This is habits,
Level 2, Muscular Lesson number 12.
Okay, so this week on the practice chart,
you're going to put your muscle builders
and power fingers.
You're just used to that by now, right?
You know to do that everyday.
At metronome 100, any skips you want.
And then we finished our group one,
arpeggios so
you know now C major arpeggio, G, and F.
So this week is a send in the video week.
I want to hear all of your arpeggios, and
we've got to pass those off before we can
go on to muscular 13.
So please send me in a video so I can
check out how you're doing on
the arpeggios and I can see that you're
staying right with the metronome,
that your hand position is great, and that
you know the notes for
all these three major triads, C major, G
major, and F major.
So I look forward to seeing your videos.
And practice hard this week.
And I will see you soon