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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The arpeggio passages, being in 6/8, are introduced by six eighth-note taps.
As the layers argued at the time, Arpeggio is a bit quirky and one to back at long odds and lay when short.
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.
Be able to spell the major arpeggio in all keys fluently and accurately.
Colors for 3 scale fingering concepts are blue for the groups of 3 fingers (12-3), red for the use of the 4th finger (fingers 1-2-3-4 or 1-2-4) and green for the fingering of the first or final notes when the scale or arpeggio begins or ends with an incomplete group (and finger 5).
Will Sadler, of Arpeggio Films Ltd, said: "This film and award nomination is a fantastic achievement." To see a Beautiful Life, go to www.chroniclelive.co.uk
Q What are some tips and tricks for successfully teaching scales and arpeggios?
Alex Greaves, wife of David Nicholls, trainer of True Night, Bright Spark and Arpeggio
To play a scale or arpeggio valve exercise with understanding, we need to know another set of numbers: scale degrees.
Will Sadler, of Windsor Gardens, Whitley Bay, owns a film production company, Arpeggio Films Ltd, that produces awareness-raising films, documentaries and dramas and facilitates workshops for people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities.
Anyone aware of Darryll Holland's remarkable strike-rate for David Nicholls ought to have enjoyed a bumper payday, as the pair teamed up for a 285-1 double through Arpeggio in the H & K Commissions (Bookmakers) Handicap and Brave Burt in the NGK Spark Plugs Soham Handicap, writes Graham Dench.
Arpeggio can gain compensation for a recent failed gamble on the second day of Ayr's Western meeting this afternoon.