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Piano Lessons: Level Three Practical: Lesson 15

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This is Peery habits level 3, practical
lesson number 15.
We're almost done.
Okay, so, this is your video answers, and
we're going to start with L and
M, one B, page 70, five finger tryout.
So left hand, finger five on C below
middle C.
Right hand on G above middle C, also with
finger five.
Three beats per measure.
One, two, three.
On page 72,
you see we're adding our last new interval
song for habits.
Kangaroo Song, teaching us how to sing a
perfect fourth.
So let's sing Kangaroo Song.
Now let's sing without the piano.
Ready, go.
Kangaroo, kangaroo,
can I come and play with you?
So add that to your list of interval
songs, so now you know, five.
Okay, 73 was Aura Lee that you learned, in
level two.
So, do you still remember out to play Aura
Hm, let's go on to page 74, Hoedown.
Using our fourths.
Okay, so we're gonna make a fourth in the
right hand using one and
four on G and C, and make a fourth in the
left hand.
Sharing that same G, on G and D.
So we are sharing that G.
It's okay.
Four beats per measure.
One, two, three, four.
Now with a duet.
One, two, three, four.
Page 75, Lazy Summer Day.
Right hand starting on the C, above
middle, finger four.
Left hand starting on the F, below middle,
finger four.
Three beats per measure.
One, two, three.
And now with the duet.
One, two, three.
So that's it for this lesson.