Perfect 5th Chromatic Ascending Descending
This is a piano exercise for piano players to find the interval of "perfect 5th" easily and quickly. The Interval of perfect 5th has 7 half steps between the 2 notes. A player will be practicing the interval of perfect 5th going up and down "Chromatically". Chromatic means going up or down half step each time. You may ask why is this important? It's important because once you can find perfect 5th easily you can find other things easily as well such as major triads and minor triads. You can also find closed positions (such as C position, C 5-finger scale position, or C Penta scale positions). Be patient when you practice this. It may take some time to get really comfortable with it. But it's worth it !!! First, practice it very slowly with hands separately. Then, gradually increase the tempo. When you get comfortable with one hand alone, try with hands together slowly.
After you get very comfortable with this exercise, please move on to the next level which is Major Triad Chromatic Ascending & Descending, then to Minor Triad Chromatic Ascending & Descending.
About this sheet music and what it includes:
- Pages: 1 pages of exercises
- Content: Major triads chromatic ascending & descending
- Fingerings: indicated (use 1, 3, & 5 only on all triads)
- Instrumentation: For piano solo
- Complete audio sample: Always free to listen to on our website
- Downloading file: PDF
- Arranger & music editor: Mizue Murakami
- Publisher: Galaxy Music Notes
Download, Print (or see it on your tablet) & Practice!
This product is a free digital download. After you go through the check out (it's free so you don't need to give your credit card information. But you still need to go through the check out.), you will be downloading a PDF file. You should be able to download it to your desktop, laptop, smartphone or tablet if they are connected to the internet. You'll also receive the file via email. You may download it later when it's convenient. After you download it, please print it out or see it on your tablet for your use. And most importantly, PRACTICE!
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