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Home » Piano Technique » Piano Arpeggios In this piano lesson we're going to talk about "broken chords". When you play an Arpeggio you basically "break" the chord by playing one note at a time.
Last but not least, no sweep picking method would be complete without the Diminished 7th arpeggios. The diminished 7th arpeggios are very distinct sounding arpeggios which are derived from the Harmonic Minor. Due to the dark quality it possesses, many people tend to think that it sounds very Neo-classical. Due to the nature of this arpeggio being evenly divided by 4 minor 3rd intervals, the arpeggio is very symetrical in shape, (Hence the term "Symetric Diminished Scale"). Here are a few examples using the Diminished 7ths. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
Dr. John Wooton is the director of percussion studies at The University of Southern Mississippi. He is well versed in many percussion instruments but has specialized in rudimental snare drum, drum set, marimba, vibraphone and steel pans. Dr. Wooton directs the Percussion Ensemble, Steel Pan Orchestra, Graduate Percussion Ensemble and the Samba Band.
Each day, I either stumble upon or get sent to me, some amazing tracks. I don’t have enough time in the day to post all of them, but here’s a little sampler of the tracks I’ve been receiving lately. Check ‘em out! Dubstep- Here’s a couple tracks from some relatively unknowns (unless you play dubstep in your DJ sets) KillaGraham and Dead Battery, plus one from the legendary Dillon Francis.