arpeggio

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arpeggio

1. a chord whose notes are played in rapid succession rather than simultaneously
2. an ascending and descending figuration used in practising the piano, voice, etc.
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Arpeggi, five- and nine-note scales, and single notes all can be used to develop the skill set above.
But I have found that this is much less of a problem in the repertoire, when we cover the minor triads, minor arpeggi, and minor scales, as vocalises (Example 1).
About Henryk, it was written: "broad bowing, in the cantilena much feeling, in the arpeggi brilliance.
It begins with a musical description of the poet skipping into place (via arpeggi and syncopation) under the tree to begin his song.