I was well into today's practice schedule when I realized I'd already met the "Ready to move on" criteria yesterday. Went ahead with what I'd planned for practice then sat down to watch the videos. Later I prep'd some sheet music as I seem to much prefer having sheet music on the music stand rather than trying to keep some book open.
First up is a sheet for the alternating thirds.
Alternating Thirds in C.pdf 27.18KB 120 downloads
Next are two C scale sheets. One is one octave and the other two, with fingering, ascending and descending, each hand.
C Scale One Octave.pdf 33.68KB 91 downloads
C Scale Two Octaves.pdf 47.82KB 72 downloads
The first one is slightly different than Will does it in the Session video; doubling up on the Cs makes it fit a 4/4 measure. Note the tempo and notes in the second, it will feel and sound like you're playing at the same tempo as the first one. I did it this way because it was easier to lay out.
Next is the C-F-G Progression #3
C-F-G Progression #3.pdf 36.42KB 119 downloads
Finally there is the 1st Chord Progression (Broken Up)
1st Chord Progression (Broken Up).pdf 30.62KB 131 downloads
I had intended to add a link for "Joy to the World" thinking that there would be a first edition facsimile PDF to be found at IMSLP. Apparently Handel didn't actually write the music for this though there is some general belief that portions of it come from "The Messiah." Anyway, as this is meant to be an ear training exercise I don't think I'll make it easy on myself or anyone else.
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