Notes whose lengths are equal to one-sixteenth the value of a whole note or one quarter of a quarter note.
Broken Chord Accompaniment
A type of accompaniment pattern that primarily uses broken chords in varying note configurations, with simple or slow-moving rhythms.
A typically unnotated section of a piece where the performer is meant to improvise, usually occurs at a dominant chord.
Dotted 8th Notes
8th notes whose lengths are increased by half; equal to three 16th notes.
- 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 a Smooth Legato Touch
- Work on Creating a Good Tone
- Work on Expressive Phrasing
- Work on Getting the Correct Style