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Must be awesome book. The page I saw is too complicated to me to understand it.
I understand it, I just can’t make my fingers do it. It’s going to take a lot of practice!
I suppose that is how one gets to Carnegie Hall… 😉
I think I will take the bus😃!
That’s great!! Very funny! 😀
You gotta love arpeggios!! 😛 May I ask what book is that?
That is Yolanda Kondonassis’ On Playing The Harp. It is a great reference and exercise book.
Good luck, you can do it! 🙂 (or if you meant that the problem of not practising them enough was resolved – congrats! :P)
Alas, it is the problem of not practicing them enough that I am resolved to take care of. This is the year that arpeggios will stay at the top of the practice priorities.
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