Course Preliminaries
D, F# and A
G, B and D
A, C# and E
E, G and B
Stepping It Up: Adding Arpeggios and Three Note Dictations
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Arpeggio On The E Minor Chord

Arpeggio On The E Minor chord

Here is a new type of chord – a minor chord. The E arpeggio consists of E, G and B and a higher E.

• Play the open E string to get the new E note

Don’t worry about the definition of major and minor in music theory. What is important right now is that you pay careful attention to the sound of this arpeggio and notice how it it sounds a little different from the other arpeggios we have done up to now.

Let your ear be your text book.


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