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Polyrithm (Arabesque 1)

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Post by vetenar Fri Apr 10, 2009 6:30 pm

I absolutely love and have listened to Debussy's 1st Arabesque for hundreds of times. Smile

Just started practicing this song, also had watched lesson #20 on polyrithm. The lesson makes sense and works very well when polyrithm only takes in few times, but I'm finding it hard for me to follow counts in this piece, as a lot of time I'd gone into the trouble of forgetting which note I was playing.

Then I try a different way:
Let the LH play at a steady speed, and no matter what my RH plays it'd always stay at that speed. Once my LH gets comfortable of playing the notes I'd then add in the RH part. In this case my RH would start off like playing the notes at twice the speed of LH part; I'd try again, play at a slower speed and see how/where the last notes land. Repeat practicing until finding the right speed.
Hmm probably this isn't the proper way of doing it yet I'm having some progress.

Opinions are welcome Very Happy

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