DIATONIC MAJOR MINOR SCALES SEGOVIA PDF
Segovia Scales – Andres Segovia () Tabbed by: Treccina Email: [email protected] DIATONIC MAJOR AND MINOR SCALES “The student. By moving this pattern you aren’t changing any of the intervals between the notes so the “quality” (eg major / minor) of the scale isn’t changed. Strings By Mail Diatonic Major and Minor Scales – A collection of Diatonic Major and Scales with fingerings and practice recommendations by Andres Segovia.
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Heike Matthiesen December 10, at Greg White December 12, at 2: So what I understand is scales are good for practicing techniques staccato, shifting, left hand position, speed etc. This in itself is powerful and makes it stand out from the more exhaustive compilations minog today.
See what people are saying about. And like John, I memorized without knowing what the majod were. I have been using your daily scales book since I joined CGC and find it very helpful. Think I will make it part of my resolutions to add the 15m idea to each and every practice session I do from now and see what kind of benefits I get from it. Here are some further resources to help you with your scale practice: Don Seaborg December diaatonic, at 4: Simon, I think your article about his scales has arrived at a perfect time for me; to remind me how lazy I have scaled.
Still, I felt that my general technique improved at the time and if I missed a day or two of scale practice, I felt less secure in my playing that day.
So, by no means was this the first set of scales to be published for the classical guitar. Minr REAL question is: Marilynn Stark December 10, at 9: Eat healthy portions every day! Hi Segoviaa, Great to hear from you. Hello Simon, Any insight as to the sequence of right hand fingering alternations indicated by Segovia?
Any insight diaotnic to the sequence of right hand fingering alternations indicated by Segovia? I had them all memorized and would do them rest stroke and free stroke with 7 right hand fingerings: If he practices them two hours a day, he will correct faulty hand positions, gradually increase the strength of the diatonoc, and prepare the joints for later speed studies.
If you are interested in reading the historical context of these scales I highly recommend the article: I went as far as 7th grade piano AMEB Australia and I was studying diploma level Trinity College harmony and counterpoint, but I have no recall of ever seeing a natural minor scale mentioned.
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Eventually you need to push your tempo up so that you can continue to advance your speed development which can be essential to playing certain repertoire, yesbut being able to play precisely and correctly at slower tempos first will be essential to that development.
Scales are meat and potatoes or bread and butter for musicians. Did I get regularly through all of them? Irv Williamson December 11, at 3: I know all about scales…. However, I did not maintain practicing them for long enough to say that I am deeply engrossed in them; what I learned from practicing them is rather hidden.
Diatonic Major and Minor Scales
What I might do next is take scalees newly found development of alternating fingers which I still want to develop for some time to come, so that it is even more mindlessly reliable, dependable and most of all working to keep my hand relaxed as you say to those scales and see what a more extended workout for alternation of fingers would mean. Now my question is we must practice techniques while playing scales not practicing scales while using techniquesright?
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Mistake I made was to practice these scales too focused on speed while ignoring tone, rhythm, and hand position. This is perhaps a question for later discussion. So much so that they can easily become segovla.
A musical scale does not belong to anybody. Anne Flanigan December 10, at I have recently started working through your courses. Scales and arpeggios can provide a very deep resource for any musician.