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Piano Lessons: Level Three Muscular: Lesson 4

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[MUSIC]
This
is Peery Habits Level 3 Muscular Lesson
number 4.
Okay, so you've mastered the E major and
minor chords.
You already know D major/minor and A
major/minor.
You've also learned Hanon Number Two,
lines one and two, so
now's a great week to send me in a video.
We're going to try and pass off all of the
group two major and
minor chords, so please send me in a video
demonstrating that you
can play through all six of those chords.
That's a lot at metronome 116.
If you can do it will all of your fingers
curved, staying right with the metronome
with a nice deep tone, you can work
towards your Peery certification.
At the same time, if you also want to send
me the video of Junior Hanon line.
Lines one and two for exercise number two.
That would be at metronome 108.
I would love to see your progress on that
as well.
So this week, you're going to be
practicing Junior Hanon number two,
metronome 108, lines one and two.
One time muscle builders every day, and
one time power fingers.
You'll also be practicing hand over hand
at metronome 116.
D, A, E, major and minor chords, one time
every day.
And like I said, if you can send me in a
video at the end of this week,
I would love to see how you're doing.
We are adding one new item in our hand
over hand, and that's the arpeggio.
Now, you already know what an arpeggio is.
Right?
From level two.
So it's when we play the chord, but with
each note separately.
So we're gonna go back to D major and do D
major and D minor arpeggios.
Hand over hand.
I'll demonstrate that.
This will be at metronome 116.
Ready, go.
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Now here are the minors ready go.
[MUSIC]
So add that to your practice chart as well
for your muscular assignment.
When you are ready, at the end of this
week,
you can go on to muscular level number
five.
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