Major Scales with Arpeggio (C Instruments)


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This video lesson goes over everything we've discussed here but we're at the keyboard so you can practice these concepts with me. We'll play through octave scales and arpeggios, I'll show you how to change your fingerings when you go from one octave to the next, and I'll also show you some other videos lessons that will help you with things like playing easier with both hands, which is one challenge that beginning pianists face when starting to learn scales and arpeggios.

Come back to this video lesson anytime you need to get help with learning and playing your scales and arpeggios. Mastering these will enable you to play anything you encounter in your piano music and you'll also be able to improvise much easier! More by the author:. The first thing we're going to talk about is scales and the best way to learn and practice them. We always start with scales before learning arpeggios. And the first scale that we learn on the piano, is C Major.

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There's a reason for that! The best way to learn and practice your scales is by following the Circle of Fifths. Learn your sharp keys first and then learn your flat keys. Don't forget about your Minor Scales. The next step in really mastering all of your scales is to play them in a chromatic sequence.

How to Play Scales and Arpeggios for Pianists

The basic formula is this: Play the first octave with quarter notes, then play 2 octaves in eighth notes, next play 3 octaves in triplets, and finally play all 4 octaves in sixteenth notes. Now let's look at arpeggios and the best way to learn and play them. Just like our scales, we're going to learn our arpeggios by following this route: One octave at a time; moving your way up to 4 octaves. And if you need to at first, don't hesitate to play them one hand at a time just until you get all the notes and fingerings learned.

Go slowly! Start by learning your white key major and minor triads first. Then move up to the chords with flats in them. Follow the same route that you did with your scales by going in consecutive order of the Circle of Fifths. Make your way through all of the Major and Minor arpeggios as you do with your scales. Practice your arpeggios in quarter notes for 1 octave, eighth notes for 2 octaves, triplets for 3 octaves and finally sixteenth notes for 4 octaves.

Now let's look at some special tips that can help you along the way!


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Then go to the easier ones. If you want to get faster at playing your scales and arpeggios try using a metronome while you practice them. Set your metronome at a slower comfortable speed to start with and then increase your tempo by notches each time on your metronome. Doing this regularly will help your fingers get used to playing the correct notes faster and faster with ease.

When you start to play more than one octave for your arpeggios, try changing your fingering between octaves so you can crossover your fingers easier. Then put both hands together. I show you a sample fingering in the video at the end of this lesson. If you're having trouble playing any scale or arpeggio at a certain tempo, especially more than one octave, simply slow down to a tempo that you can play it at, even if it is really slow.

Once you find that tempo that you can manage, you're set to just start moving up with the metronome bit by bit until your fingers are trained enough to play the right notes. Free download.

Piano Fingerings For Major and Minor Scales and Arpeggios

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This video lesson goes over everything we've discussed here but we're at the keyboard so you can practice these concepts with me. We'll play through octave scales and arpeggios, I'll show you how to change your fingerings when you go from one octave to the next, and I'll also show you some other videos lessons that will help you with things like playing easier with both hands, which is one challenge that beginning pianists face when starting to learn scales and arpeggios.

Come back to this video lesson anytime you need to get help with learning and playing your scales and arpeggios.

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Mastering these will enable you to play anything you encounter in your piano music and you'll also be able to improvise much easier! More by the author:. The first thing we're going to talk about is scales and the best way to learn and practice them.

We always start with scales before learning arpeggios. And the first scale that we learn on the piano, is C Major. There's a reason for that! The best way to learn and practice your scales is by following the Circle of Fifths. Learn your sharp keys first and then learn your flat keys.

Don't forget about your Minor Scales. The next step in really mastering all of your scales is to play them in a chromatic sequence.

The basic formula is this: Play the first octave with quarter notes, then play 2 octaves in eighth notes, next play 3 octaves in triplets, and finally play all 4 octaves in sixteenth notes. Now let's look at arpeggios and the best way to learn and play them. Just like our scales, we're going to learn our arpeggios by following this route: One octave at a time; moving your way up to 4 octaves.

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And if you need to at first, don't hesitate to play them one hand at a time just until you get all the notes and fingerings learned. Go slowly! Start by learning your white key major and minor triads first. Then move up to the chords with flats in them.

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Follow the same route that you did with your scales by going in consecutive order of the Circle of Fifths. Make your way through all of the Major and Minor arpeggios as you do with your scales. Practice your arpeggios in quarter notes for 1 octave, eighth notes for 2 octaves, triplets for 3 octaves and finally sixteenth notes for 4 octaves. Now let's look at some special tips that can help you along the way!

Then go to the easier ones. If you want to get faster at playing your scales and arpeggios try using a metronome while you practice them. Set your metronome at a slower comfortable speed to start with and then increase your tempo by notches each time on your metronome. Doing this regularly will help your fingers get used to playing the correct notes faster and faster with ease. When you start to play more than one octave for your arpeggios, try changing your fingering between octaves so you can crossover your fingers easier.

Also, play one hand at a time so you can learn the notes separately. Then put both hands together. I show you a sample fingering in the video at the end of this lesson. If you're having trouble playing any scale or arpeggio at a certain tempo, especially more than one octave, simply slow down to a tempo that you can play it at, even if it is really slow.

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