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You are at Chapter IIMore & More Practicing Arpeggios - Advanced

Take a look at the pattern below to the right hand's fingering - i, m, a. Looks like it has been written upside-down by a mistake. Well, it is not a mistake; it is a new approach of practicing, for your right hand, which called: opposite-fingering.
Practicing opposite-fingering makes a very significant improvement for your right hand; It will urge your fingers to make a full movements. It will bring your right hand to play naturally without planning the
i, m, a, order, which is very important for sight-reading. And most important, it will free your mind from fixation such as, that each finger is identified with a certain string.


Line No.1: Arpeggios patterns - for right hand practicing. Play each pattern (A, B, C) four times - very slowly.


Line No. 2: Open bass strings. Play each above Arpeggio pattern with this open bass string line. Listen to it by pressing the "play" buttons below the line.

 

Line No.2. Open string with the right hand Arpeggio patterns: A =  B =  C =


Line No. 3: Melody line. Play each above Arpeggio pattern with this bass melody line. Listen to it by pressing the "play" buttons below the line.

Line No.3. Melody line with the right hand Arpeggio patterns: A =  B =  C =

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