Chapter 9: Advantage Position – Intervals, pedaling and chord arpeggios in positional play

Chapter 9: Advantage Position – Intervals, pedaling and chord arpeggios in positional play

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Chapter 9: Advantage Position – Intervals, pedaling and chord arpeggios in positional play

Description:

This lesson combines some useful music theory, via the study of intervals, with effective technical exercises that focus on alternate picking and string skipping. Richard demonstrates how to take an ordinary A major scale pattern, played in two octaves across all six strings in fifth position, and generate a variety of angular melodic sequences based on interval patterns of thirds, fourths, fifths, sixths, sevenths and octaves. He then demonstrates how to create interesting, Bach-like pedal-point licks that revovle around one recurring note, played in opposition to other notes that continually change, all based around the interval patterns previously shown. As a bonus, Richard includes an example that runs through all the diatonicchord-scale triad arpeggios in the key of A.

Genre:

Non-specific

Difficulty:

Intermediate

Tuning:

Standard

Techniques Used:

alternate picking, arpeggios, scales, string skipping

Artist:

Richard Lloyd, non-specific, J.S. Bach

Run Time:

8:39

 


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