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Piano Lessons: Level Three Muscular: Lesson 6

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[MUSIC]
This is
Peery Habits level three, muscular lesson
number six.
So, this week, you're going to be
practicing Junior Hannon, lines three and
four at metronome 108.
So your goal for the end of the week is to
be able to do both muscle builders and
power fingers at 108 with no stops, and no
errors in your hand position.
Practice muscle builders one time every
day and
power fingers one time every day, for a
minimum of five days for this lesson.
If you wanna send in a video for lines
three and four at the end of the week,
I would love to be able to see your
progress on Junior Hannen.
On Hand Over Hand we've been practicing D
major and minor, and
A major and minor arpeggios.
Keep practicing those one time each every
day.
And then you're also going to add, can you
guess?
That's right.
E major and E minor arpeggios.
But the metronome speed is going up.
It's now at 126.
So let's try it.
Starting with E major.
Black key in the middle.
Okay?
Ready go.
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And now E minor.
Ready, go.
[MUSIC]
All right.
Once you've practiced all of those things
a minimum of five days,
you should have them mastered.
And then you'll be ready to go on to
muscular lesson number seven.
[MUSIC]