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follow U major as a model.h. ziJ ^ ^^ ^^ .h.is g-iven.h.h.^Ir^U^ 1 J^ 4?^^ _ - 1 4**^2 -G major_ _ ^. 4 on 4 on A ^• r.r. iri-* the C major fing-ering-. l. 4 on yi ff) 4 on r.. 1.«j! 4^ D major i* o^ A major ^ E major 3 ti^gip^^ii Where no fing-ering. 13 3 5 1 12 4 5 1 h. The arpeg-g-ios are to be practiced also in all keys with *) -3 " 5 5 ' Ts^sa 5 " 5 33 .5 .h.B. . l. l. N. h.h. 4 on CO 4 on ^ r. 5 43 54 3 5 5 3 3 1 5 134 Major Triads C major 5 4 ^jS 5 ^^^.

1^. * 1- i ^^ x Si .5 « <> » ^ 4 2 ^ •- „4^ a*^^*-*4 4 i»--*.jy:: 3 ^ /rr\ 1 i ^'frffrii. 1 # ^ 1 ^G* minor .JO ^•2 ijj iji f4 ? jr 5 i Where no fing-ering.h. l. iiF 5-5 2 :ii3iJ!.4 _ ^ 42 ^^ ?4j^ /.45 i .41 ^^l. s 1^ '*»l24l^-_4 /'']ji:iuii^.24 Fff major .14 ^ J'*) i:i:!. h.i?^. .i^4i«-i4 *^ T42 ^ 54 UJfT* ti^ * 5^?4 f.5 .'' *4* E minor 5* ^ *J^2*42l^ ^454*'*^ 4 5^ 1^3 5 ^^^m^mm 3I •42 F« minor ^r" ^ = 5 ^ U^2 .^rfF^ "* . follow j]j JJJ 1 #*4 A minor as a ^ • / • ' rrr 4#% •l'«4 4 1 iji model. z'* « *si_ i ^^ -#• i mf-hBrn.is g-iven.-jjj?i jj?.jjiian%nrfr^i.ii/.ii major 5 ^^i^ipipS^^ r. i235 5421 1245 5421 1245 53»1 ^ 3 Minor Triads 4I4214 .5 .B^major„5 i \ 1^ »5 i -. if.

G minor - . .C 3 octaves: major - ifriJliH:'j3flff'^-'J^^ ^'J^ ^ ik ' S.1424 e * rij LL'. with the same fing-ering.9^1 ^ ^t^ 2 Li .B^ ^^m 5 minor ^F minor „^1 .5 o 4 ^-^ # P -# p*^ Dominant Seventh. To be played as broken chords.-*-. C major i^Tnad) 5 like C and G — 5512^ —4i ' it 1 1 f2.4_ i major.S5 D« minor 5 5 3± m . z ±it mPr l^'m . m *^ 1 2i«^ •#* * .TJ:'Jj'' t «4l2l ^^ifS * 5 .5 2 3^ . To be played up and down throug^h . ^ .2^.in all chords: sfi'ia'* G major _ j}i: 52l4^ i i 4 r^m' 5.D minor 3 5.Chords l.

c 1.26 m D m aj r A major «««: tt E major B major F* r^ A' major j-f#^ E' t-^rU major S f=9 B'' t> 4fc4 F W^ % m aj r major D^ m u majo aj u •" F I g^ 3. . The fingerings a and b are the same in every octave.1330 is not repeated until the third octave. 4 Nos- 2 and 3 keys with saime fingTering. 2 1_3_2 1 ^4 3 2 3 12 3 1 2 * Fingering. (Chord of the Seventh C major ^-—-p Tz 4 > major — i 5 i? t^ G major I 3l p3 etc.

4.5 onw.h. 1 2 2j-i 3I ^^^3_g r.h. 4 2 . a l^Laa ^-1 1 . Scales in Double Thirds The same fing-eringr is repeated ^1*4 3 1 2 3 2 12 through each additional octave. ntlniitfiiii .h.in all keys.S -. iJisa *-Sb!^ 5 on 0? rf - l.5 on a 1^1 pT2l?l3*i|3 ^-^L5.4 'f-r 3 2?^ 5 on a 5 on o •: 2 3J31 zT^*•>l?QK4g. ^ Q 4 2 4 2 « 4 1524 llaf.34 3 3 4 3.1 4 23'^l i 15 2 4 5 1 4 2 5 3 ^ 5 14^ These Chord Passag-es have the same fing^ering.oJt-' 4 43.h. l.h.5 on a 9 4—5? fit? .h.5 33. C major 2 4 5 1 S s I 3 1 3 2 ? .h. h.h. flo J^ • *3 I:i330 4 .h. 5 5 14 5 - 2 i 2 f 1 5 4 1 4 2 ^ < 1 T»- 2 1.h.5 on d . 5 3 ^r-^ 3 4 5 4 2 5 2 p 5132425 14 5 5 PS^ 1 1 2 *• ^ N.Chord Passages Major Triad 5 27 Z 5 < ' ' " 5 Chord of the Dominant Seventh.5132 111 — 4 h ^ p— r ^ » ^ ^ sgg^a^ •5 3 5 1 15 2 15 1 e • * 1 -™- 3 4 5 p 5 - ^ 2TI f 2 1 3 2 3 f I h" I I I --.h. A minor 3' Cmajot^ f) 43 r. B minor 3 2 1 D major r. 2^2 >i 5 k^. . 5 011^ 4 on c 5 on d l. l. Son 3 >^ ^ fi ^i ^? t?y 2l*ill2i"^ 43 ij 23 34 * "1 - 3 d ff ^^ PP I . 5 on 6" ^li r.B.

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.3 on & Chromatic Scale r. in Double Major Sixths 3 on ctt e\> & ^^t a\> I.29 Chromatic Scale N. 3 l. 3 in Chords of the Sixth f" I -* * 1 2 4 1 2 on/& Al.h.h.u! l1„3 .if r i irrJc Scale in Double Sixths All 2 1 major and minor keys with the same i . ^ . 3 . 1 2 .3 1 u!i.h. ^ 3 on e & « 3 l2 Ifll 4 4 3 5 .h. fl 5 4 Chromatic Scale r. 3 4 "" — " 2i 4 Double Minor Sixths 4 I "p r. 3 1 V3 43t 43'* Chromatic Scale r.1 • fing-ering" or the following. _ -2— >>: .h. in Double Minor Thirds The same fing-ering.is repeated throug-h each additional octave.fing-ering-: r.5 3.h.B. Son* &yt on/& a* ^ ^3 4 3 -f^ l1_Z^ Chromatic Scaje in * on f & 5 4 - 4 3 i^-±_5. o « 1 . 3 on: . in Double Major Thirds 5 l.h.h.

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