D Flat Major

Ilse Lozoya
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University Professor, Piano Teacher, Course Designer.
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Playing Piano: Scales and Arpeggios Vol.I : Major keys

Stop struggling and do play them all

01:13:18 of on-demand video • Updated March 2020

  • Be able to play all the major scales and improve your playing.
  • Get your fingers stronger each time you play arpeggios.
  • You will play in any tune without struggling with the fingering.
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