Piano Technique: Picking up Arpeggio Speed with blocked and unblocked note groupings

I uploaded two videos today that focus on practicing strategies for playing brisk paced arpeggio (G Major). The first is an after hours tutorial that I recorded by FACETIME SCREEN RECORD. The screen, framed by Millennium technology art nouveau, features my Arius YDP 141 digital piano as its centerpiece.

The second video sample is a lesson-in-progress over SKYPE with the same advancing speed theme as the first.

Basic Spotlight:
ROLL in motion
Block tunnels through which thumb passes
Play note groupings in arpeggio segments
and Block notes in segments.
Make sure thumb advances quickly and smoothly through “tunnel” fingers.
Round out top of arpeggio (at the turnaround) with hand/finger rotation.



SKYPE RECORD: SPLIT SCREEN

SKYPED tutorial during lesson in progress (G Major Arpeggio in Tenths)

LINK
https://arioso7.wordpress.com/2012/09/04/bringing-home-the-yamaha-arius-ydp-141-my-no-1-ranked-digital-video/

About arioso7: Shirley Kirsten

International piano teacher by Skype, recording artist, composer, piano finder, freelance writer, film maker, story teller: Grad of the NYC HS of Performing Arts, Oberlin Conservatory, NYU (Master of Arts) Studies with Lillian Freundlich and Ena Bronstein; Master classes with Murray Perahia and Oxana Yablonskaya. Studios in BERKELEY and EL CERRITO, California; Member, Music Teachers Assoc. of California, MTAC; Distance learning and Skyped instruction with supplementary videos: SKYPE ID, shirleypiano1 Contact me at: shirley_kirsten@yahoo.com OR http://www.youtube.com/arioso7 or at FACEBOOK: Shirley Smith Kirsten, http://facebook.com /shirley.kirsten TWITTER: http://twitter.com/arioso7 Private fund-raising for non-profits as pianist--Public Speaking re: piano teaching and creative approaches
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