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The Arpeggio
When we play the notes of a chord, one after the other instead of simultaneously, than we are playing an Arpeggio. The word Arpeggio comes from the Italian word Arpa, which means Harp. An Arpeggio is an imitation of the harp.

When you practice your right hand - especially Arpeggios - try to keep in mind that the right hand's wrist must stay loose and free all the time!

In the practice below you have three right hand plucking patterns (see Line No. 1). First play each pattern four times... then add to each pattern an open string bass movement - like on Line No. 2. Then try to add patterns, such as a melody line - like you have on Line No.3.


Line No.1: Arpeggios patterns - for right hand practicing. Play each pattern (A, B, C) four times. Practicing Arpeggios - Advanced


Line No. 2: Open bass strings. Play each above Arpeggio pattern with this open bass string line. Listen to it by pressing the "play" buttons below the line. Practicing Arpeggios - Advanced

 

Line No.2. Open string with the right hand Arpeggio patterns: A =  B =  C =


Line No. 3: Melody line. Play each above Arpeggio pattern with this bass melody line. Listen to it by pressing the "play" buttons below the line. Practicing Arpeggios - Advanced

Line No.3. Melody line with the right hand Arpeggio patterns: A =  B =  C =

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