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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Arpeggio failed to run up to form in one previous try here early in 2001, too, and though a troubled run en route to a fair fifth offered an excuse of sorts that day, he would still have been below the level he had shown when winning his previous start at Southwell.
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Secondly, through development of technique, which includes the obvious, such as five-finger patterns, scales and arpeggios, and chords and chord progression patterns, as well as tonal and rhythm patterns sung by the teacher and repeated by the student at the instrument, and finally progressing into learning to read and recognize patterns within the context of new pieces.
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This is not merely the teaching of rudiments such as scale and arpeggio fingerings, dominant and diminished seventh arpeggios, octaves and chords; it also should include the concept of sound, tone production, touch, pedaling, gestures and control.
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