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Overview of New Materials in Lesson Book 4
Musical Terms and Symbols
Alberti bass accompaniment
allegretto
cantabile
cadenza
dolce
leggiero
minor scales (A, E—natural and harmonic)
primary chords (A and E minor)
relative minor
risoluto
scherzando
sforzando
simile
3
tenuto mark
tranquillo
Technique Principles
Arpeggios—one octave
Blocking
Ÿ
Changing fingers on same note
Finger substitution
Natural and harmonic
minor scale fingering
triads (root position, 1st inversion, 2nd inversion)
triplet
Rhythm Patterns Introduced
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Theory Book: page 6
Performance Book: pages 4–5
Workout 1
Finger Substitution
While holding finger 5 down on the A,
silently substitute finger 1 in its place.
V
Gypsy
Earrings
V
5 –1
CD 3/4 GM 2
Repeat one octave lower,
then two octaves lower.
With spirit
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* Bret Adams is a pen name for David Carr Glover.
© 1969 (Renewed) BELWIN-MILLS PUBLISHING CORP.
All Rights Controlled and Administered by Alfred Publishing CO., Inc.
All Rights Reserved
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Theory Book: page 17
Performance Book: pages 14–15
Workout 4
Gilligan’s Island was a comedy TV show
that was popular from 1964–1967. The
program featured a group of seven people
who were shipwrecked on a desert island.
During each weekly episode, Gilligan,
the first mate on the SS Minnow, always
seemed to accidentally destroy any plan to
escape from the island.
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b.
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Changing Fingers
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The Ballad of
Gilligan’s Isle
Words and Music by
Sherwood Schwartz and George Wyle
CD 17/18 GM 9
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© 1964, 1966 (Copyrights Renewed) EMI U Catalog Inc.
All Rights Controlled by EMI U Catalog Inc. (Publishing) and Alfred Publishing Co., Inc. (Print)
This Arrangement © 2008 EMI U CATALOG INC.
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Theory Book: page 25
Performance Book: page 25
Rhythm Workout
On your lap, tap the rhythm 3 times daily as you count aloud.
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Amazing Grace
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CD 29/30 GM 15
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Theory Book: pages 31–32
Performance Book: pages 30–31
Practice Plan
For longer pieces such as The Great Smoky Mountains,
it is important to have a practice plan to make learning easier.
Follow the suggestions to learn this piece:
Section A and Coda
1. Slowly block each of the triplet figures in the A sections and coda.
2.Silently “play” both A sections of the piece to practice where to
move your hands.
3.Then play the A sections slowly, as written.
Section B
4.In measures 17–22, silently “play” the notes on the first beat of
each measure, making sure you are comfortable with each move.
Then slowly play these measures as written.
5.Slowly play the 1st inversion chords in the RH of measures 23–27.
The Great Smoky Mountains
CD 39/40 GM 20
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All Rights Controlled and Administered by Alfred Publishing Co., Inc.
All Rights Reserved
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