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CONTENTS

DIATONIC SCALES:- MAJOR AND MINOR

SCALE OF C

SCALE OF G

SCALE OF D

ScALE OF A ..

SCALE OF E

SCALE OF B (Enharmonic C flat)

SCALE OF F SHARP (Enharmonic G flat) SCALE OF D FLAT (Enharmonic C sharp) SCALE OF A flAT

SCALE OF E FLAT

SCALE OF B FLAT

SCALE OF F

OCTAVES

DOUBLE THIRDS. MAJOR. DOUBLE THIRDS. MINOR. DOUBLE THIRDS. MAJOR. DOUBLE THIRDS. MINOR.

Standard Fingering ... Standard Fingering ... Two- group Fingering Two group Fingering

CHROMATIC SCALE 52

BROKEN CHORDS FORMED OF THE MAJOR AND MINOR COMMON CHORDS 56

ARPEGGIOS

ARPEGGIOS OF THE MAJOR AND MINOR COMMON CHORDS ARPEGGIOS OF THE CHORDS OF THE DOMINANT SEVENTH ARPEGGIOS OF THE CHORDS OF THE DIMINISHED SEVENTH

STACCATO SIXTHS SCALE OF C MAJOR

EDITOR'S NOTE

Students should give careful attention to the alternative fingerings of certain Single. note scales and of all scales in double thirds - indicated in tlolirs In the single.note scales the difference is merely .in the position of groups, but in the double t hi rd scales the al· ternative fingering is founded on a principle which differ's fundament alty from Ihat of the "standard" fingering.

No recommendation is given, as a dec iston should be based on a trial and knowledge of both systems. influenced in many cases by the conformation of the hand It should be pos s ible , with a normal hand, to achieve equally satisfactory results with either

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Separated by an Octave" 1

DIATONIC SCALES C MAJOR

SIMILAR MOTION

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CONTRARY MOTION

Beginning at the closest point 5

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4

C MINOR (Melodic) SIMILAR MOTION

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L.H. D

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C MINOR (Harmonic) SIMILAR MOTION

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C MINOR (Harmonic) CONTRARY MOTION

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A.B. 704

6

G MAJOR

SIMILAR MOTION

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G MINOR (Harmonic) SIMILAR MOTION

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SIMILAR MOTION 5

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D MINOR (Harmonic) SIMILAR MOTION

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D MINOR (Harmonic) CONTRARY MOTION

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A MAJOR

SIMILAR MOTION

Alternat ive:

L.N. 4th Finger on Fj

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CONTRARY MOTION 5

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-

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1 2 3

-

-

-

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4 1

(4) (3) (4)

4

3

2

(3)(4)

4

A.8.704

(41

(3)

4hP' tR.B n_

t Inger on lL.B F.

Separated by an Octave t a 8 t

E MINOR (Harmonic) SIMILAR MOTION

5~

1

t 8

t

t

4 t

In Thirds or Tenths

2 t 2 3

3 8··································;·······························:1 3

11

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4 _- -
·
·
• (3) !~~~~ - -
-
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·
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In Sixths

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·
• - -
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1 3 2 3 1 3
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. .
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·
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4 L. P' tR.B n.

tll inger on lL.H. F.

Beginning at the closest point

1 2 3 1 4 1

E MINOR (Harmonic) CONTRARY MOTION

5 ~

1

1 3

1

Beginning wlith 2th~ keynote in th6/: .. !:f .. ~~~ .. ~~.«:' .. T~.iE~ .. <?f.~.l:J:~ .. ~~~.~~.~,n t~e R.H.

~ ~ 2 -- 4 1 .! It. 4 t _ 1 _ 1 4 :~~ _ 1 4

1

-

-

-

-

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1 u _

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Beginning with the keynote in the R.N. and the Third of the Scale in the i.s:

5

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-

1 3

2

1

2 3

3

2

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3 AB.704

18

411 F IR.N. A_

1 Inger on lL.N. FP and on the

initial note

S

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B MAJOR

Enharmonic C~ Major (_) SIMILAR MOTION

I

etarate yan ctave " 1 5 _1 "
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·
·
eJ .. - - •• -,j
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·
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3

3

1

I

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2 1 n 3 3 - ... _
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·
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- Sixths

1

3

5

1 "

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3
·
·
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• 0\ 3 !. :. ~ 1'-. - ., 2 Q - ~1'-~!_ 11
· ·
· · ·
·
T - .. 11 & " - I 4th P· WH A.

Inger on IL.H F. and on the

lowest B

Beginning at the closest point 1

6 ~ +to <> 1 2 3 " _

-:r"'~~~"'f:

3 " 3

Beginning with the keynote in the L.H. and the Third of the Scale in the R.H.

,,1 3 t"

2123 31 13

- " 1

1

B MAJOR

Enharmonic C~ Major (_) CONTRARY MOTION

5

3 1 _.~1'-~._1 3

_1 11

1 3

-

••

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1 ..

-

t

343 Beginning with the keynote in the R.H. and the Third of the Scale in the L.H.

" 1 8································5"···················· ~ 1"

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A. 8.704

1_

1

tR. H. IA# ascending

41J! Finger on IA~ descending

L, H. F~ and on the initial note

Separated by an Octave

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B MINOR (Melodic) SIMILAR MOTION

:-I 1

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2 3 ~

-

9J •• 1 4 3

4 1 ..

5 4

19

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20

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·
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· · ·
·
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- B MINOR (Harmonic) SIMILAR MOTION

5 1

4th Finger on If.Z. ~: and on the initial note Separated by an Octave

" 1

3

I n Thirds or Tenths

1

3

1

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5

1

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3 3 t 3
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·
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· · ·
·
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4 I P· IR.N. A.

11 Inger on 1 L.N. F_ and on the

lowest B Beginning at the closest point 1 2 3 "

B MINOR (Harmonic) CONTRARY MOTION

3 1

1 .11

1 3

"

Beginning with the keynote in the L.R. and the Third of the Scale in the R.D.

,,1 3 1.11

2123 31 13

t

A.S 704

F SHARP MAJOR

Enharmonic G~ Major (.)

SIMILAR MOTION

Separated by an Octave

In Sixths

" t

t 3

t 2

411 F· IR.N Ai 1 inger on I L.N F.

F SHARP MAJOR

Enharmonic G~ Major ( .) CONTRARY MOTION

3 1 2 1 3

Beginning at the closest point 23,,1312

1 3

1 .1

21

3 " 3 Beginning with the keynote in the L.R. and the Third of the Scale in the R.B.

3 4. 8································4·····························1 t "

f'J ~ +to 11 ., 3 1 !._. ~ 3 1 _ • ... _ 1 3 ,.. .. _ _ 1 3

2

2

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A.B. 704

2

2

22 F SHARP MINOR (Melodic)

~ lUI. ! 011 ascendi~g

4t_h Finger on .. G~ descending SIMILAR MOTION

L.H F#

Separated by an Octave

1

1

In Thirds or Tenths

1

2 3

3

1

4

In Sixths

;, 4 .

4 1

A.B. 704

5

"I F' IR.H G#

.. I \ Inger on L.H Fli

Separated by an Octave

F SHARP MINOR (Harmonic) SIMILAR MOTION

3

2 3 '" 1

t

(4)

In Thirds and Tenths 2 3 '" 1

1 '"

23

(3)

4 3 2 1 In Sixths

1

3

2 3 '" 1

1

I) '"

F SHARP MINOR (Harmonic)

4 I F· jR.N. G_ 1\ mger on !L.R. F'

Beginning at the closest point

2 3 1 2 1 2

1 3

1

3 '" 3

Beginning with the keynote in the/:!!: .. ~!:l.~ .. ~.~~ .. !.~~.~~ .. ~L~.h~ .. ~.~.~.!~ .. ~~ .. ~he R.H

f} ~ ~ .. 1" 2 1 1. ~ Q 1 _ 1 ~ ! 1 ~: ~ ~ ~ _ u,

- -

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1 Q

-

" 1

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1 "

1 3

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5

2

1

2

2

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A.B. 704

In Thirds or Tenth,!

" 1

1 ~

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·
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· . ·
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·
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F. jR.H HI.

41h inger on ILH G~

D FLAT MAJOR

Enharmonic C# Major (_) CONTRARY MOTION

" I 2 t "

3!,.~"'~~(!"'~.!.3

Sf-ginning at the closest point

6,2312 .2

-

1 a

-

-

-

1 .,

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-

4 1

3

Beginning with the keynote in the8~:!!. ~~.~ .. ~.~~ . .T.~!!.~ .. ~f..~~~ .. ~~~.~~ .. ~!! .. ~~.~..!::!!: :

412 41214 :

t 2 3 1 3

1 "

5 A.B. 704

2

2

jA.ascending C SHARP MINOR (Melodic)

41~ Finger on {R. H In; descending SIMILAR MOTION

~L.H F;

Separated by an Octave

1 3 2

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·
I ·
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·
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3 t

t

In Thirds or Tenths

3 1

25

3

t 2 S

3

t 4-

4 1

4-
1
1
4
4
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3 (4) (3) (4)

3 1

A.8.704

1

26

4 h F· ~R.R DII

t inger on I L.R F.

Separated by an Octave

C SHARP MINOR (Harmonic) SIMILAR MOTION

3

3

() ~ ~ (~) (~ 2 3 1 2 ...... 1 ! ~~~ ~~~ ~! - 1 " 3 , (~) (3)
1 "
·
·
.., .... - .. •
!M! ~. (3) ". ~Ml _
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.
·
·
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1 3

(3)

" 1

In Sixths

3

3

3

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1 2 -\ "
·
·
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...
. ·
·
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3

4 h F· ~R.H. DII I mger on I L.l{ F_

C SHARP MINOR (Harmonic) CONTRARY MOTION

Beginning at the closest point 3 312 2 3 1 2

3

1 "

1 3

t

t 3

"

1

3

Beginning: with the keynote in the 8~:#.:.~.~~ .. ~~.~ .. I~.~!:~ .. ?f..~.~~ .. ~~.~.~~ .. ~~ .. !.~.~ .. ~:!!.: :

23123 31 3 t 3 :3

3 1 1 "

1 3

"

A.B. 704

t

2

4 h F· jR.R. Db

t inger en 1 L.R. D~

Separated by an Octave

(3) (,,)

A FLAT MAJOR

SIMILAR MOTION

3

1 3

(")

2'7

(3

1

3

.,.

In Thirds or Tenths 3 1

5

1 3

3

In Sixths

3

8

8

3

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·
·
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3 2 ~ "
':t 2 1 ..... - ,. ... 3 1
. .
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·
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A FLAT MAJOR

CONTRARY MOTION

Beginning at the closest point

3 1 2 3

3 1

1 3

1 2

3 Beginning with the keynote in the L.R. and the Third of the Scale in the R.H.

3 4 1 5

2312 31 13 13

2 3 1

3

Beginning with the keynote in the R.H. and the Third of the Scale in the L.R.

2 3 8··································3······························1 4

~ I • 2 S ! • ,. 3 1 • .. • ~ 8 _A , "'.1*" IIL..l. 3

-

..

-

-

-

1 3 •

-

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A.B. 704

.

2

2

28 G SHARP MINOR (Melodic)

4!Jl Finger on ~R.H. j~: ascending Enharmonic A~ Minor (.)

L. H. IF. descending SIMILAR MOTION

Separated by an Octave

3

1 3

4

3 2 1

1

1

3

3 4-

1

3

In Thirds or Tenths

5

1

3

1

3 2 1

In Sixths

3

fl .u *. 3 L11 ., ~L..u 1 3 -
, ·
I ·
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2 3 t 2 3
n 1 3 ! ! .. ~! - 4 4
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4) 3)(4)

1

3

A.I.704

4 h F· IR.H A#

I Inger on L.H c#

Separated by an Octave

G SHARP MINOR (Harmonic)

Enharmonic A~ Minor (_) SIMILAR MOTION

2 3

3 t

3 2 t In Thirds or Tenths

(3)

5

23" t

3 t

3 2 1

(3)

In Sixths

3

t

3 I

29

3

3

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·
·
.. ~~ ..... - - .. .. ~ ~
-
- 3 2 1 ~! _ 3
1 1
. :
. ·
·
5 .. ')~ II!" 1 3 3 1 .. - 5 t "

G SHARP MINOR (Harmonic)

Enharmonic Ab Minor (_) CONTRARY MOTION

4 h F· IR.H A~

I Inger on L.H c#

Beginning at the closest point

I 2 8 ~

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t

2

..

Beginning with the keynote in the L8·1!.:.!!.Qg •. 1b.~ .. Ibjr.~ .. ~f.J.h~ .. ~.9.~.\~ .. !.Q .. tl:l~.R.!f: .

" 2 3 " ! " ~ _ 1" :

~ ~ ft. n 3 1 ... r- t! a .. '" __ a _ t 3 , .. _ t 3

Beginning with the keynote in the R.H. and the Third of the Scale in the L.ll

t 8·············_····················································4

~ ~ ~. 2 a - 3 1 "'! ! 3 1..._l i '" 1 t 3 :.". a _ 1 3

-

-

- 1 3

1

1 ...

-

t

- 1 3

..

-

-

1

3

1 '.

-

-

..

1

a 1 3

-

~~ ~ .. ~ ~ ~ ... n r :i

Il !) "

A.B.704

1 "

1 3

3 t

1 3

-

-

1 3 _

1 "

-

I

~

2

30

F ~R.H Db

4th inger on Il.N. Ab

Separated by an Octave

2 t 234 t 2 3

E FLAT MAJOR

SIMILAR MOTICN 3

(3)

3 2 t

1

1

(3)

Ii t

t 2 1

In Thirds or Tenths

2 8· -.-- .. ·.· ·· 5 - :

1

2

(3) 3

~ I t 2 3 1... " 1 - . - 1 4' ~ .. - :3 1 Ii 2
·
·
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-
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·
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(3)

1

3

1

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·
·
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!:.~ t
1 3 f'-~ • .! 5
5 ~ 1 :3 _ .. _ 1 -
·
· . ·
·
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t inger on l.N. A ~

Beginning at the closest point

(3) 2 3

2 1 2

1 3

E FLAT MAJOR

CONTRARY MOTION

3 t

1

1 Ii

" 1

a

Beginning with the r=: in the8~ .. !!.:.~.~?.~~~ .. I~~E~ .. ~.~ .. ~~~._~!?.<;t-.!~ .. ~!l .. !~e R.n.

f} I 2:l 4..-oi1 2 3 !. J ~ 3 i ~ ! 3 4 : ~ • 1.. 3

2

t.

.! 1 2

p;a. __ !" t

-

-

-

1

1 !. ~ .. ~

2., -

-

.~

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4 - mger on L, H. G~

E FLAT MINOR (Melodic)

Enharmonic n. Minor (_) SIMILAR MOTION

Separated by an Octave

2 3

1

3 2 3

4

" 1

31

3 2

In Thirds or Tenths

~ 1 -"" 2 3 !! 8---o----:---o-------~----i"!---iO--~---0------0:------i ~. t 3

fl 1 . 1--i----3---2-----;;.;,:::------0 O_j t 3 3 1 ... .,.. -----------"3"0-0--j01 ..
·
·
\1 .. 2 31- 2 - .b~ .. -
2 3 - "..,.._ 4 1 o 1 4 - 3 2
·
·
.. - '" 4 t 2' v~~ - 1 4 - -

3 2 3

.. 1 4

-

v 1 4

8

4 8

3

"'. 1

2

T

1 2

1 2 t

2

3

A.8704

32

E FLAT MINOR (Harmonic)

Enharmonic D. Minor ('*) SIMILAR MOTION

" t ~ 3 ~

F. IR.N. B~

4th mger on ~ L.N. G~

Separated by, an Octave (~ 1 2 3

2 3

1

3 2 S

In Thirds or Tenths

2 8 ·································if··················· :

t

f) l - 2 S 1 • 3 t .. 1 3 4 : ~ • ..!. 3 4 2
4
·
·
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- n
· .
· . ·
·
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f) l 2 t . 2 3 3 .. 1 (~
·
·
.., - - - -
3!~ 1 ! ~;.. 1
.\ . 3 1 3 • - •• "
· :
· ·
·
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- 3

h F· IR.N. B~

4\ mger on ~ L.N. G~

E FLAT MINOR (Harmonic)

Enharmonic D. Minor ('*) CONTRARY MOTION

" 1 ~ 3 q

Beginning at the closest point

2 t 2 3 2 3

1

" t

t 4

1

2

Beginning with th: kfynote in the 8l:#.: .. ~~~ .. !.~~ .. T..~!!~ .. ~f.~~~ .. ~?~t~.).~: the R.n.

~, 2 3~23.ll 31!13 .. :~.!3

..

-

"7! _ • J..'1'"

-

..

1 ..

1 n

" AB.704

2

2

h Fo !NII. m

41 inger on Il./I EI.

B FLAT MAJOR

SIMILAR MOTION

33

R epea t ed by a n Octave II.

fj, ",>~123~_§ 3!.~1R~.!.3

~ ~~o

t 3

-

- ..

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. .
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f.L. ·
3 ~ f.. '!'" 1 . i II!" 3
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(3)

3 ~

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In Thirds or Tenths

" 1 2 1 "

,

t

1

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t 3

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~-

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1

-

f. 4

I

-

-

41 F IRon B~

1 1 mger on l.R. E~

B FLAT MAJOR

CONTRARY MOTION

Beginning at the closest point

~ , t 2 3~

~-!l-

Ij.

:1 t _ ~ J"_~.,. • .1 3

1 :l

~--~ ..... -

-

- ..

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-

"'3 1-.~~~"~"'''. 4 t 11" 1IJ 11" t "

:1

Beginning with the keynote in the L.H. and the Third of the Scale in the R.H /I. 1 2 1 "

~I 23 t 2 .2 3 !._~~~~~,a"'_!.:1 •

t 3

-

-

. -

2 .12

-

:l -

-

3 t

3

-

Beginning with the keynote in t8he .. !!::!L.~.~~ .. ~~.~ .. I~.i.!:~ .. ?.f..!.~.~ ... §~.~)~ .. ~!} t~e L.H

3 " 4 :"

~ L .. 2 a!. ;'tiI-,.. 3.!.. _ .,.~.,._ 1 3 ~,a.,..!:1

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1 2

~.,.~!. 23

-

I :I .--~

3 t

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AS. 704

-

34

th c-, JRH. Iii. B FLAT MINOR (Melodic)

4 - Finger on (L. H lG~ ascending

lG~ descending SIMILAR MOTION

Separated by an Octave rJ I

-

-

1 3 .-If ~
1
1
,.. ~ .1 4 1
4 1 '3 - 2
1 b. b~ '.
" s ~ 2
rJ 4 3
I ~":!.3 2 "
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fl I -
tJ ., ,~ 1 2!fY
2
In Thirds or Tenths -

1 3 .. ~~4f .. 3 1 1 2 1

- 13

4_k.-~

-

4 1

1

& 2 & _

rJ I

-

I

1 a

-

~ 1 ~ h._~~l_ ~ 2
rJ I :t~~! 1 3 2 l!!!!!!oo.... -_cO- 3 1 ~
.. 1 3 '2 3 1 - 1 3
fl I - ! 4 1 1 L 4 lot . ._~.A .-III I
e.J ., 4 1 2!*-.J - • 2 • _ ..., 4 '"
1 2
In Sixths 4
~ I - 3 ~~_~_1I"b._ .1 3
,
.. t-r~ '3 1 2 - 1 3·* t
2 1.~ ~~ ~.h
<> 1 4 J..3 .. ,. - 2 " - 141
v - IV 1 4 ~ 1 -- I fl I .;e.;.. 2 1 2 .. ~ 3 1 b. b,. .".
...... 3
·
·
e.J ._.. 1 3 • ~"'-tf - 3 1 -
~ I ~. 1 .• 1 ~
2 '. 1 '" 1 L 4 Iot_ ___ _.Ii. 2
~ ~- -hl't ":"-\:;-----F- ·
·
.. ._.. 4 1 ~ t, ~ ~ - 1 'i 2 3

I 3

A.B. 704

4· IR.N B~

th Finger on LH G~

Separated by an Octave

B FLAT MINOR (Harmonic) SIMILAR MOTION

Il I 1 2 3~ 3 1 ab~~b~a.!.. 3 - 1 3 •
.. n ~ •
·
·
.. -,j •• - --. ..
- 4 1ot3 ! 1
1 ~alot 4 1 0
·
· · ·
·
2 • ~,. '!" - 1 4 o .. " 1 ~ 2
- 1 3

3

In Thirds or Tenths

'" 1 2 1 "

fl I 2 3 1 2 • 2 3 ! a b~ ~ , ~ , ~b~ a _l 3 • - t 3
·
·
• • - ..
- " 1.3 ! 1
- 1 ~ a"_ " 1 ..
· ·
· ·
2 • .I.~ - 1 " " 1 - ~ 2 1 3

3

In Sixths

1 "

t'J I 1 2 3 " 3 _!._._L,.1~. 1 3 - 1 i
.. .. <,I, -
·
·
• -e »> - ... ..
1 3 , 8 1
.. 1 It"!.:' ~,.. - 2 - ~ ~_'M_ 4 1 ft
· ·
· ·
·
v - tJ t " " 1 I 4 h F· \R.H. B~ I Inger on l L.R G~

B FLAT MINOR (Harmonic) CONTRARY MOTION

Beginmng at the closest point AS"

til n<,l,12-

1_ "

1 3

....

!"1 0\ 1 -

-

.. . 14",

35

-

'I 2' 3 r ~."f! ~ ~ ~"f!" r r

3 1 2 1 3

Beginning with the keynote in the L.n. and the Third of the Scale in the R.n. 4121"

2312 281 1

. -

t 3

A.B. 704

36

F MAJOR

SIMILAR MOTION

Alternative:

L.R 41h Finger on n~

{ R.R B~ and on the

4th Finger on highest F

L.R G

Separated by an Octave

4

t

1

3

3

Ii 3 2

2 3 Ii

2 1

4 3 2

2 3

4 1

.1

.1

2 1

4

.7

3

4

2

2

.1

1

2

.1

2

In Thirds or Tenths

~ (3) (4) o 3 1 2

3

3 t _ ~ _ t

3

3

3

~ .....

'" Ii 3 2

t ~.

1

. .... 2 3 -\

<) t

.1

4 .1 2 1

2 .1

.1 4

-I

,1~

., 1

3

412

12

2

3

.'/

In Sixths

Ii 1

4

1 a

a 1

2 3

t 2

:l 2 1

a I, 1

.1 2

4 .1 2 1

2 .1

2

3 2

2

.1

4

:1

.1

F MAJOR

CONTRARY MOTION 4

1 (,;)

! R.II. n~ and on the

-lth Finger on hrg hest F

L.H. G

Beginning at the closest point

3 Ii 1 Ii

j~~~~t~~2~~~~~!2~3~~t~~~3~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~3~~~~~~~~~~1~~3I

1~~~g"~~~2~~3~4~~~'~~.1~~~"~~:~4~2~~3~:~~:~2~4~1~3~:~~:~~~:~~1:~_~~~~3~'/~~3~~2~1~~~~3~~=I

Alternative:

IH 4th Finger on HI.

3

-

-

-

2

4!;.~il~

3

- 0

t

2

3 2

3 4 5 Ii

t

2

J" __

-- .1

2

4

.7

1

1

2

.1

1

1

.1

.1

1

Beginning with the keynote in the R.lI and the Third of the Scale in tl.e L.1f.

- Ii

1 1

-4--- 2

:3 1

1

321

Ii

3 2 I

2 :1 4

2

3

1 2 3 2

2 .1

2

4 .1

4

:/

A.B 704

IR. H B~ and 0'1 the

41)1 Finger on highest F

L.R. G

F MINOR (Melodic) SIMILAR MOTION

Alternative L.R 4t_h Finger on D~ ascending Db descending

Separated by an Octave

37

3 1 1 3
2 t 2 S
~ 3 2 ~
2 I 3 2 / 1 2 3 1 2 1 2 .7 (1
4- 3 .1 4- 2)
4 3 2 3 ,.. 1 t 3
t 2 3 4 :; 4 3 2 2 1
2 .1 2 3 4 / 2 .7 (I I) 3 2 1 4 2 1 :1 2 /
2 .1
In Thirds or Tenths
!l
1 :1
2
3 2 t 2 3 "
" 2
2 I .1 2 2 .1 I 2 2 .1 (1
4 .1 .1 4 2) 3

2 1 ,.. 3

4 1 2 3 /

.1

2

/

2 3 <I / 2 .1 (I 2 J) 3

4

2

In Sixths

3 :J 1 2
4 1 3
3 2 / 4- 3 2 1 .1 2 / .1 1- 2 3 4 J 2 .1
-\ 3 2 '. t 2 1
Ii 1 2 3 2 2 1 4
/ 2 3 J 2 .1 I 2 3 2 2 1 .1 2 1
4 " .1
1
A.B.704 38 IR.H B~ andon the F MINOR (Harmonic)

4th Finger on 1 highest F

L.H G SIMILAR MOTION

Separated by an Octave

41231 13

Alternat ive:

L.H 4th Finger on D~

" 3 2
W(/) .1 2 1 3 2 -I 3 2 .1 4 "1 2 3 I 2 1 2 3 (J) f:1J
-I .1 2 .1 4
In Thirds or Tenths 3 "
fl I (3) (4) 3 1 2 2 4 3 t • ~ • lL3 .~ - 1 3 (4) (3)
n - .. ~.,; ... .,- - 3 q2 1 q2 3 - , ..... ~
0;. " 3 2 o 1 4 ! ~ ~ ~ l~ ~ l~ ~ J,. ~ ! " 1 __'l.. 1_2 3 " ~
(~ 0) .1 :1 :1 1 .1 2 4 ,1 2 :1 4 I 2 .1 I 2 .1 -01 1 2 .1 (f) ~
- ,1
1 4
In Sixths 4 1
1 3
(3)
2
3
,1 2 1 4 2 I 3 2 I 4 3 2 1 .1 I 2 3 -I I 2 .1 1 2 .1 4 I 2 ,1
.1 ~R.H B~ and on the

4th Finger on ~ highest F

L.H G

Beginning at the closest point 1 2 3 "

F MINOR (Harmonic) CONTRARY MOTION

4 q

Alternative:

L.N. 4th Finger on D~

2 3

1 2 3

4 1

2

.1412.1

1

3 2 1

4 3

.1412.1

1

W(.;) (.I}.1 2 14.12

2

Beginning with the .keynote in the L.H. and the Third of the Scale in the R.n.

2 3 8 .. ········ .. ······ .. ······ .... ····3······················· ....... : "

~ I 2 3 l • ,.. 4 3.l. • ~. l. 3 4 • 1!.~_._..l.. 3

3 " 5 "

- -

3 2 1 ~ 0 1 " :. It_j.._1_ ~

2

2 .1 4 1

2 I 4 32 1 .1

2 1 4 .1

2 3 I 2

.1 4 I

23 (4)"(4).1 1 (~ I

~ B. 704

t

2

2

2

OCTAVES

Examples of Fingering (Octaves should be practised in all keys)

C MAJOR

5 5 ~

5

t 8-- - - - - - - -- --- - - --- --- -- -- - ---------- --- ---- - -------7

5 5 5 I) ~ ~ ~ ~ .. ~!:~ .. a . ~!:~~.
t .
~ t t t -
·
t. ~ ~ "" - - - ,.. ..
- -
t t - ~ -
- - t t :._~~~~f- ~~ ..
5 5 -
· ·
·
~ 11 '41! ~ - v~-. ... -..i:::::;= - .... 11 ~
5 5 ~ .. - I) :: MINOR (Harmonic) (4)5 5 5

5

~ t 8 ---- -- --- - --- ---- --- - - -------- - ---- - ---- - - --------

39

5 I) (4)5 t !. ~~~ .. ~~ ~q~ ~ a · ~ ~q~ ~ a
·
n I a ·
t t t ·
j ·
·
1 t. .. ,.. ,.. r- L- ,_ ,.. ...
._ -
1 t ! - .. ~ -
- - ~ "'h. -
~(.)I) _h~ ~ .. !: ,_ f- -
· ·
· ·
~ ~.~ ~ - v ~q"ll "qll ~ iii ... "II ~
_ I) (4)5 0 -
;) C MINOR (Melodic)

5 I)

b

5 5 (4)5 ~b~~~ b .. ~~~b .. ~~. . ~~ ~b~.
..
~ I 1 t t! • .
I ·
.. ~ ,.. I"" ._ ... ,... ...
- - -
ttl - ~ ~
- A, L. 5 b! ~ ~ ~ f- I- - ~ ~_k_.J.
· ·
· ·
'i:-' ~ t -, - ifq.:q-_. ... ·'11 ~.·i:~i - • "'1 ~
t t 5 - - I) 5(4)5

G ~MAJOR5 !) 1) 5(4)5 5 "..~~~~~~~~~~~,..
. 1 5 t
, » 5 1 tllll!!!! 1 1 t •
I ·
tJ i ;j 11 -41 ,.. I.ooo!! - - • .. 11 ~ i
... ,._~~~~~~ .. - -
t ! ! j - IIII!!!!

·
·
~ ~i. "II ... • ~ .... - .""II~1i~ ::
11 t t t 5 "II 5 5 (~)5

G MINOR (Harmonic)

5(4)5 !) 5 5 (4)5 ~

fj I ~ 1 1'-: 1 1 »1 •

-

_TT

'i ~ 111 .. lit - 1 5(4)5 J

-

i

:: :- i i "II" ~. ~

.. 4 11(4)1&-

G MINOR (Melodic)

5 !) (4)5 51 e 5 (4)51 5

fj I tit""'"'" 1 1 ~

-

-

-

::

..

1

• ... .. 4

-

IiIII' -

_ ..... ~ ~ # ~ ~ q ~ b~ ~ .. _ -

:: :::;: i ~ 11, q~ ~~ ; _

.. iii ~ (4)5 5

5

-

A.B. '704

::: '11

40

MAJOR SCALES IN DOUBLE THIRDS

STANDARD FINGERING

C MAJOR
8 3 4 3 4 8 5 4
1 4 8 4 4 3 2 8
1 2 1 t 3 2
2 t 2 2 t 1
.
.
3 2 f 2
IS 1 f 2
8 2 t 2 2 1 2 1 ... 3 4 3 2 3 1 2 3 4 1 2 a
5 4 3 ... ... 8 4 3 ... 5 8 4 8 " & G MAJOR

... 2

" 343

2 1 2 1 ~ f g ~

3 f 2 f 5 3 " a

D MAJOR

5 4 a 2

5 4 S 2

... 3 2 1

s

8 1

A MAJOR
... " 3 .. 8
2 5 2 t 2 1 4 3 5 4
3 2 1 8 2 3
~)
2 1 2 1 2
1 ... 3 ... 3 ... 1 2 1 2 3
3 8 4 8 ... IS
( ~) A.B 704

E MAJOR

f

1 2 1 3 4- 8 r. 8

B MAJOR
f " 3
3 4 :a 1 "
t 2 2
1
2 1 a 2 8
4 S 5 4 5 f I I ,

F# MAJOR Enharmonic m major (.)

.. .

2 1 4 3

D~ MAJOR Enharmonic <41 major (_)
4 8
S " 2 1 8 4 a
" 4 1 5
1 2 4 3 2 I 8 4 lit f 8 "
2 t t 2 II t 2 1

8 " 8 f

AB.704

41

" 2

t 8

Ab MAJOR

3 t

E~ MAJOR

4 5 2 8

3 t

8 t

" 3 4 a 2 t 2 t

B~ MAJOR

854 3 t 8 2 t

" 8 " 2 t 2

8 2 t 2 5 4 :I -\

2 t :" " 3 "

F MAJOR

A.B.704

a

t 3

5 8

t 8

"

1 8

3 2 1 2
5 4, 3 1 t
1 3 1 " 3 2 S 1 2 3 1 S
2 3 5 3 " 5 3 " 3
(i)
G MINOR
" 3 " 3
" 3 5 2 1 2 1 " S 5
2 t 3 2 t 3 3
(~)
2 2 1 t
S 3
" " 5 2 3 3
4 MINOR SCALES IN DOUBLE THIRDS

STANDARD FINGERING

C MINOR

'" 3 " 2 1 2

3 " 1 2

3 t

43

" 2

5 :J

3 " 3 4 1 2 1 2

S t.

1 2 1 3 " 3

A MINOR

" 3 5 '" 2 1 IJ 2

3 " 3 " 1 2 1 2

3 1

3 t

5 3 2 t

2 t " 8

t 2 t 2 3" 3 "

2 "

3 1 2 5 3 "

A.B.104

3 1

3 5

3

3 t

" 3 5 2 t 3

t 2 3 "

2 4

B MINOR

5 8 3 t

" 3 2 I

5 I 3 " 3 2 t 2

3 t

4 3 2 t

4 2

1 2 3 "

1 3 2 3 :i 54 :;

F# MINOR

" 2

3 4 3 t 2 t

5 3

3 "

I 3

3 1 5 3

C# MINOR

4 5 2 3

5 S

S t

1 3

2 t 2

" 8 " 1

3 4 t 2

1 :1

2 t 2 1 " 3 "

2 1 " 3

2 "

AB.704

3 t

3 5

3

2 "

3 1

2 4

3

t

G# MINOR Enharmonic A~ minor (.)
" 5 " 3 4 3
2 8 5 " 8 2 t 2 , i " 3 ..
8 2 1 ~ 8
(f)
2 t 2 t 2
2 t 2 3
" 8 4 8 t 2 t 4 3 .. 3 .. !
5 3 4 8 5 !J 45

3 .. ! 2

3 t

43.. 3 2 , 2 t

1

3 3 5

2 t 2 .. 3 ..

2 t .. 3

Bb MINOR

5 3

3 .. 1 2

3 " 1 2

3 5 1 3

3 t

8 t

2 1 3 .. 8 5

1 2 3 "

t 2 1 8 4 3

2 1 .. 8

F MINOR

.. 2

3 5 " 1 :I 2

3 " t 2

3 2 5 ..

, 2 t 2 8 " 3 "

A.B.70+

5 3

1 3

..

3 5

46

MAJOR SCALES IN DOUBLE THIRDS

"TWO GROUP" FINGERING

C MAJOR

2 I

3 1

Z 1

s I

3 1

5 .'1

s .,

5 3

1 .1

3 5

3 2 5 .,

1 3 1 2 5 2

G MAJOR

5 3

3 2 5 ., 1 1 3

2 .,

1 .1

2 4

2 4

3 I 5 .1

2 4

.1 1 5 Z

1 2

3 5

1 1 2 .1

1 Z 3 4

3 5

1 3

DMAJOR

" 5 2- 3

3 :1 1 1

5 " 3 :1

Z "

2 .,

3 2 5 "

1 .1

1 .1

2 .,

3 5

1 3

3 5

2 "

.1 1 5 2

1 2

I 3

A MAJOR

3 I

5 "

3 2 3 2

1 1

5 3

.1

3

3 5

3 1

3 5

I 1 3 2

2

3 5

I 2

2 '*

A. B. 704

3

3 5

E MAJOR

2 I

5 :I

5 " :I 2

I 3 2 254

.1

s

I .1

I :1

2 1 :t 2 4 3 5 4

I .1

B MAJOR

3 4- 1 2

5 .1 3 1

" 2

1 2

.1 2 5 "

.1 5

F# MAJOR

Enharmonic G~ major (.)

3 2 5

1 1 3 1

.1 1

I I .1 .1 2 5

.1 5

1 2

3 " i ~

D~MAJOR Enharmonic C; major (-)
"
2
" :I 2 5
4- -I 2 1
3 2 2 :I 5 I 3 .,
1 1 3 2 3 1 5 2

1 2

1 2 3 "

1 .1

I 2

321 5 4 :1

.1 2 5 4

2 1 ? 4 .1 J

3 5

.1 5

I 2 3 :I " 5

:I 5

A 8.704

3 I

2 "

.1 I

I .1

I .1

48

A~ MAJOR

3 1

3 1

3 I

3 1

a

1 5 " " 3

3 3 1 3 5 ., 3 4-

:1 5

1 2

1 3

1 3

E~MAJOR

2 3 1 1

s 1

5 " 3 /I

1 1 3 2

.1 5

2 .,

3 2 5 .,

1 .1

3 3 1 5 ., 3

1 .1

J 2

B~MAJOR

., 3

5 .1

.1 J

., 5 3 .1

2 1

3 2 J 5 ., .1

3

4 3 1 5 a

f

3

3 1

JJ 1

3 5

F MAJOR

5 3 " 1

., 2

2 "

1 2 3 "

A. B.704

. ..

1 s.

5 "

1 s

2 (

s 5

MINOR SCALES IN DOUBLE THIRDS

"TWO-GROUP" FINGERING

C MINOR vi

3 I

.1 2 I 1

5 4

.7 :J

49

.1

.J 5

2 4

1 3

:I 3 4 5

3 5

1 2

1

1 :I

G MINOR
.1 4 .1 s
5 I ., 1 4
.1 .1 2 .1 Z s -I
I I .1 ., .1 D MINOR v
1
5 Z ~ .J :I 5
3 I ., 5 3 1 I 4
.1 2 .1 1 5 4 .1 ·2 .1
.1 :I / :/ -I

.1 1 .i .1

.1 s

Z 4

.1 2 I s 4 .1

.1 s

1 2

/ 2

1 :I .1 4

J .1

2 5

I 3

2 .J 1 4 5 3

I :1

:I 1 4 .1

2 1 3 4 3 5

2 4

.1 s

I 3

:I 4

I 3 .1 5

I

" j

I 2 .1 4

/ .1 :I .~

1 2

I .1

" 5

I :I

I 3

A MINOR

s I

5 4 " :I

s /

5 3

Z 5 4 I "

3 s

.J

I

i "

I ., 3 5

s ~ I

.. .1

I 2

I s

'\,8,104

2

ISO

E MINOR

" 2

.f 1

2 /

5 " s 2

5 .1

.1 "

I 2

3 2 .5 4

2 4

$ 1

.1

1 3

B MINOR

J 1

5 :I

3 1

3 1

.5 3

.5 3

4 2

132 :I

2 .5 4 5 1 Z

1 :I

2

F# MINOR

5 4

:I 2 .1

.5 " 3 2

435

1 2 :I .1 4 s

1 2

.7 1

2 4

4 2

I

.1

C# MINOR

5 2

.1 J

.5 3

2 :I

" .5

212 <I .1 4

A. B. 704

" 2

!

G# MINOR

3 a 1 j 5 ., 3

331 5 ., 3

Z J ., 5

3 a 1 1 5 ., 3 a

1 3

E~ MINOR Enharmonic D' minor (.)
a .1 ., 5 '" 3 2
s 1 a ., 3 2 1 I
.1 1 5 .9 .1 5
3 1 2 1 .1 .1

5

1 1

3 a 3 5

B~ MINOR
8 3 '" 5
a 3 5
1 t 3 '" 3
1 3 a t .~
·
·
3 1 1 3 I
5 3 3 5 3 I 3 3 I
3 '" 5 3 t 3
3 5 3 11 5 51

1 3

1 .,

F MINOR

a 1

. ..

·

a j

I 3 2 5

A 8704

3 5

52

CHROMATIC SCALE

The Chromatic Scale should be practised commencing on any note. The following examples are a

sufficient guide as each note retains the same fingering in every case.

SIMILAR MOTION Separated by an Octave

'1

• ., 1 liS "12 1

1" v;' ~r r a ., 1 :t]1 3 1

.. &

.. 0 1

3 t L:!. 141 b:'J1~ ~ !b!. 1LS 1 SID ...

1"

-j_

-

I

.;

1 113 -12 1

1 ., &

..

S 1 ..

• .. 1

-

CONTRARY MOTION Beginning from the same note '1

1 r 3 T 1'3'

-

I

..

1 .. •

& .. 1 1 3 -12

~ l~! 1 LS 1

II .. 1

8

3 1 0 ..

1

o

-

-

8

& .. 1]13 -12 1" i r vr q-r vr~! i"l'1 2] S 1

o .. 1 8 t II _kll,l k! ~ !~! 1 LSI S 1 .. •

SIMILAR MOTION In Minor Thirds or Tenths

fl .. ,81131 Sct

tJ r 3 "It 2 II 3 1 .. &

-

s

1 1,1 h! ,i. ! 1,1 1 Ll S L 1

s

s

1 ..

I S

_l_

.. 1

~ IS 1 So

.. S t

• .. 1 11 S -12

1

3 "It

2 ]1 S 1 ... &

-

-

o 1

8

S t 0

AB.704

CHROMATIC SCALE

CONTRARY MOTION f)

Beginning from a Minor Third

- .. ,31131

-

- '" 1 3'2 1

t l .. !..k!. b_l h!

s '"

"'3"1 2 TI3 1 ~ &

~ ! 1,1 t LS 1

.. '" 1

8

S t

-

fl J :4 1 3 o - .. 3 1 La
,
• . ~ 113 -12 1 S "11 2 3 1 u
.. -"'- I 3 1 I,.!.J..!.. b! h! ~ ! I,! 1 L 3 t S 1 .. Q -

SIMILAR MOTION In Major Sixths

3 1 3

3 1

t S 1

S t

53

CONTRARY MOTION Beginning from a Major Sixth ~

1 ..

f'1'3~T' S "1121'S

S 1

32"

a

3 • 3

-

2

S 2

3 -I t

..

- 2 S 1

S

11..8.704

54

tit jR.N. B~

4 - Finger on ~ L. H. F.

CHROMATIC SCAl .. E

ANOTHER METHOD OF FINGERING fl

-

I

~

~ 11 S 1 - .. .•

1 's"1 2 "i" s r V!

t

~
I • r 1'8' ~i a ~ 1 2 S 1 - .. ~ ~ ... .... 1 l' 3 12 1 3 " v~ f
~ !b~ !.l...! 3 4 t ., • • ., 1 " S l...2 ~.!. b~ h! ~ CHROMATIC SCALE IN OCTAVES

FIFTH FINGER ON EVERY O~AVE 5 I) I) t I) "5 I) 6

~ L J! ~ ~ .. ~~ b~ ~~ q~ ~ ~ ~~ ~ ~~ l ~1 ~1

6 r 6 II! III!'

tt.l) s 1 t

L

.. "I!' '111!' • ~~=="_=_= l'

• 5 -IS 5 fiii -

~ 111 111 i t : 11 _

---l...~ ~t b~ 11 .. ! b! ! l... 111=1=1 __ 11

.. 5 1

f1 5 ! ~ 1 ~ ~~ b ~ ~,.. t ~ ~ ,a ~.. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ t ~ t
1
I ·
·
.. "1 lit ~~ It "I J~ - 6 "~ II1II v. ~
1 - 1 1 I) ~
1 1 1 _ I I I III It. - 1 1 1
L~ ~I) b~ h~ ",~b! 2.J.. -
.
. ·
·
~ ,,~ Iff p~ q1 'r tt! I ... ! t tti ~i ~ p~ ~ P1!l ~
FOURTH FINGER ON EVERY BLACK KEY ~ & Ii I) \

5' 5~ 111 t5\15~"

J "

I) •

A.8.704

t I)

CHROMATIC SCALE IN DOUBLE THIRDS

(A) STANDARD FINGERING

3 I

3 I

s :1

2 I 3

4 :1 s

I 3

2 I 2

4 :J 4

I :i a ;;

5 3

s :3

3 4 I 2

3 t

4 2

2 4

I 2 :3 4

:1 1 ;, a

1 a

I 2

;j 4

:3 1 5 :3

:3 1 5 a

(B) ALTERNATIVE FINGERING

.,. ,1

2 1

4 5 2 1

J .,. 2 1

2 1 2

J 5 4

1

:1 1

4

1 2

,1 4

2 1 .1 5

1 .,.

2 1 : .1 5

,1 .,. 1 1

,1 5 2 1

43.,.

,1 2 1 1

1

4 2

2 ,1

1 .1

1 .,.

2 4

2 1 J 4

2 4

1

.1

1 5

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2 4

1 1 ,1 4

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2 ,J

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BROKEN CHORDS

FORMED OF THE MAJOR AND MINOR COMMON CHORDS

2 t

8 2

t

G MAJOR

G MINOR

t t

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D MAJOR

5 "

3 2 1

:;

D MINOR

:;

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5

A MAJOR

3 2

2 "

2 1

A MINOR

2 1 ~ 2

1

1

1

t

2 1

2

2 1 1 2

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5 5

2r " 1

2 1

4 2 5 4

5

B MAJOR

Enharmonic C~ major (_) 2 3

5 5

5 4

t

5

5

B MINOR

5 5

(.. 2 1

5

H MAJOR Enharmonic G~ major (_) 4 5 t

5 5

9 2 5

2 S

5

F# MINOR

!l !l

3 5

t t

2)

5

t 2)

(2

t 2 4)

2 4

5

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D~ MAJOR

Enharmonic C. major (_)

2 ,,) 2 3

4:> 2

(2 t 2

2 t 2)

1

(2 1

1 1

C~ MINOR

Ap MAJOR

2 1

2 " " 2

G~ MINOR Enharmonic A~ minor (_)

E~ MAJOR ,,)

5 ;;

3 2 5

:> 4

2 S

;;

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E~ MINOR Enharmonic Dt minor (~) s 5 1

5 1)

4- 5

2 4-

5

Bb MAJOR

5

B~ MINOR

5 Ii

5

F MAJOR

1 t

Ii 2 5

2 0\

I)

F MINOR

5 5

2 5 S

t 1

4 2 I)

2 4

5

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ARPEGGIOS

FORMED OF THE MAJOR AND MINOR COMMON CHORDS

ROOT POSITION

SECOND INVERSION

FIRST INVERSION

2

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1

1

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ROOT POSITION

FIRST INVERSION

D MAJOR

2

D MINOR

SECOND INVERSION

.2 (4)

(8) 4

1

s

A MAJOR

2 1 1

1

s

A MINOR

1

0\ 2 2

5

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1

s

2

:;

1

5

1

5

ROOT POSITION

SECOND INVERSION

FIRST INVERSION

E MINOR

5

5

B MAJOR

B MINOR

F# MAJOR Enharmonic G~ Major (_)

6S

2

(2) 3

3

F# MINOR

3 1

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ROOT POSITION

SECOND INVERSION

FIRST INVERSION

D~ MAJOR Enharmonic C# Mc.J~' (_)

~

1 2 2

1

C# MINOR

A~ MAJOR

G# MINOR Enharmonic Ab Minor (_)

4 :; 4 2

E~ MAJOR

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E~ MINOR Enharmonic D_ Minor (~)

SECOND INVERSION

B~ MINOR

(3)

F MAJOR

65

5

t

5

t

5

5

F MINOR

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ARPEGGIOS

FORMED OF THE CHORDS OF THE DOMINANT SEYEXTH

In order to avoid the stress always falling on the same finger, it is recommended that these four-note arpeggios should also be played over three octaves, in groups of three.

C

1 i

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2

'i

1

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2

4

1

2 3 4 S 4 I)
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4
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1 2 t 3
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F# Enharmonic m (R)

tJ 3 4

1

1 4

4 3

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2
1 'i
2 J 2
3 3 2 S
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70

ARPEGGIOS

FORMED OF THE CHORDS OF THE DIMINISHED SEVENTH

In order to avoid the stress always falling on the same finger, it is recommended that these four-note arpeggios should also be played over three octaves,in groups of three.

C

5

5

1

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I
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1
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2 2
3
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5

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Enharmonic G~ (.) lot 4 ... ,. 2 311 ,. t

2 t 2

D~ Enharmonic C# (_)

LL 4 5,. 23W.

2

Ab

t 2

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2

4

t

5

1

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1

5

4

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MAJOR SCALE IN SIXTHS

Hands separately, one octave, staccato

C MAJOR

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I I

:; I

5

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