Etude Op. 50, No. 7

Louise Farrenc

Excerpt of Etude Op. 50, No. 7

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Elements

16th Notes

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Rhythm

Notes whose lengths are equal to one-sixteenth the value of a whole note or one quarter of a quarter note.

Broken Chord Accompaniment

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Accompaniment Patterns

A type of accompaniment pattern that primarily uses broken chords in varying note configurations, with simple or slow-moving rhythms.

Cadenza

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Improvisation

A typically unnotated section of a piece where the performer is meant to improvise, usually occurs at a dominant chord.

Dotted 8th Notes

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Rhythm

8th notes whose lengths are increased by half; equal to three 16th notes.

Details

Title

Etude Op. 50, No. 7

Year

1863

Instrumentation

Solo Piano

Key Signature

Time Signature

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Teaching Tips

Block the Broken Chords,

Focus On Expressive Markings,

Focus on the Left Hand Accompaniment Patterns,

Hands Separate Practice,

Help Student Achieve Sensitive and Musical Playing,

Highlight the Contrast in Articulation,

Play Similar Passages Together,

Play Small Segments,

Play Without the Ornaments,

Study the Contour of the Melody,

Tap and Count,

Work on Creating a Good Tone,

Work on Expressive Phrasing,

Work on Getting the Correct Style,

Work on a Smooth Legato Touch