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More demanding pieces are the 18 Characteristic Studies, Op. After completing a two-year primary course age and a two-year secondary course age of basic musicianship, Yamaha students age usually start taking individual lessons with this etude book. This is a mild frank practicing piece. At the beginning levels elementary to early intermediate levels , it is difficult to use the fourth finger, but there is not difficult fourth-finger usage with this piece.
Practice with rhythm an accent on the first beat and third beat , and pay attention to expression marks; try to be expressive. This piece is very fast. Like a foliage arabesque design , try to express brilliant sound movements. It is also basic practice for scales; playing 1,2,3,4, and 5 of the right hand also left hand with fast speed are difficult at the beginning levels because it usually comes up unevenly. Try to get rid of unevenness, listen to your sound carefully, and articulate clearly. Try to make the melody sing because sound movements with "feeling" are necessary among the well-balanced melody lines of this tune.
Follow exact fingerings as indicated; this piece is good for fingering practice. Do not use the same finger for the repeated notes in the melody; using a different finger makes a better balanced melody and phrase.
Do not hurry to play grace notes, take a time before the beat, and put an accent on the beat. The first six measures are formed like an introduction; imagine that the left hand is "calling everybody" and the right hand is "everybody starts gathering.
There are many conversations and discussions, and the party continues until it gets back to the first atmosphere in m. Be aware that the third-interval scales sequence in m. Practice to play two notes sound simultaneously and the same strength intensity. For scales with the second and fourth fingers, settle the fingers and try to play by movements of hand arm , but do not tense fingers too much. This is a descending-scale-practice piece see "Arabesque" as ascending scale practice. This piece also contains an ascending scale, so practice to play lovely pretty ascending and descending scales.
This is a piece to practice both hand scales and staccato evenly. After the ninth measure, there are unusual accents with slurs. It is very important to practice those unusual accents correctly. Play staccato with light feelings like hopping. Well-balanced sounds even-sounds are quite necessary to express "the limpid stream.
The left hand plays melody and the right hand accompanies in mm. This is a piece to practice embellishment grace notes. There is a variety of fingerings; however, it is very important to play embellishing notes evenly and clearly. Notice the locations of accent marks on the eighth notes or on the doted-quarter notes and practice those accents correctly. There are octave fingerings g1-g2 in this piece, but they are not played at the same time, so that there is no problem for children with small hands.
Leap fingers to play if fingers can not reach octave notes, but make sure to practice to play land to the correct key. Here many hunting-whistle sounds approach, horses start cantering, hunting dogs also start cantering, the whistles sound again louder, and everything hunting band gradually goes away. This is a very important piece to practice to play flowing melody, well-balanced left hand and right hand dialog, and minute delicate fingerings. Bird-singing-like sounds played by broken chords cheerfully come up part by part. Try to play lightly like bird flying with the attention to dynamics.
This is a very agitated piece, expressing sadness of a farewell to close intimate friends. Triplets are very tiny and vertiginous, but practice to play evenly with clear articulation.
The tune becomes C major in the middle part, expressing gentle consolation; then the tune returns to A minor, expressing sadness again. At the codetta , the tune starts falling away, expressing resignation. Play the final cadence resolutely, expressing a period full stop. This is a piece to practice to make clear distinction of melody-line notes and accompanying notes; in the first five measures, make put an accent on the whole notes of the hand play them as a melody line , and play the eighth notes right hand as accompaniments make sure to articulate clearly.