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Etude for arpeggios


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Hi, I have made a simple etude for arpeggios. Hope it helps the development of pianist out there.

I adjunt a PDF , MP3 of how iy sounds and an image of how the pedal of measure 34 to 46 should sound.

Don't expect so much is pretty simple, musically talking.

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Watch out for places like 17 where your octaves don't use the same accidentals.
Starting at 34 I enjoyed it a lot, though it could be far better engraved. 
I'm not totally in love with the left hand's melody. Sometimes I don't get it's function in some chords (i.e. m. 8, I see a G∆9 chord, but with the seventh on the bottom, which isn't a great voicing, even if that's what was intended). The rhythm also kind of has a weird momentum for it for me; it kind of push-and-pulls a lot, which isn't a bad thing necessarily, but it seems like it might be trying to be a tad too varied. 

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On 1/3/2020 at 4:39 PM, Monarcheon said:

Watch out for places like 17 where your octaves don't use the same accidentals.
Starting at 34 I enjoyed it a lot, though it could be far better engraved. 
I'm not totally in love with the left hand's melody. Sometimes I don't get it's function in some chords (i.e. m. 8, I see a G∆9 chord, but with the seventh on the bottom, which isn't a great voicing, even if that's what was intended). The rhythm also kind of has a weird momentum for it for me; it kind of push-and-pulls a lot, which isn't a bad thing necessarily, but it seems like it might be trying to be a tad too varied. 

 

Thanks for pointing that out :3.

Just now, jawoodruff said:

I, too, love the rhythms in the left hand. I'm not sure though that putting that rhythm with the ostinato arpeggios is a good match. The ostinato doesn't seem to accentuate or do anything to bring justice to the rhythm. 

 

what do you think that would be better?

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