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2nd position is the friendly neighbour of 1st position … why not pop over for a chat and a cup of tea with these one octave scales and arpeggios in C, F, and Bb major!
Here's the scale of A Major in one octave. Listen, sing, then play along with the track until you know the pattern from memory!
Here's the scale of D Major in one octave. Listen, sing, then play along with the track until you know the pattern from memory!
Here's the scale of G Major in one octave. Listen, sing, then play along with the track until you know the pattern from memory!
Here's the scale of F Major in one octave. Listen, sing, then play along with the track until you know the pattern from memory!
Here's the scale of C Major in one octave. Listen, sing, then play along with the track until you know the pattern from memory!
Time to Cast Your Note! Move smoothly up and down in half steps (semitones) on each finger and on each string. Remember … Every Note Counts!
Perform graceful aerobatic manoeuvres as you glide up and down the chromatic scale on each string … try to avoid any turbulence when doing the string crossings!
These cheeky little monkeys will help you practise the hooked bowing technique ... G major scales in two octaves, but with some cheeky little chromatic twists!
Finger Pattern
In Finger Pattern 1, there's a WHOLE step between your 1st and 2nd fingers, a HALF step between your second and third fingers, and a WHOLE step between your 3rd and 4th fingers.
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