Exercises no.22, 23, 24 and 25 – Beyer Op.101 – Lesson no.22

Did you play correctly previous lesson exercises? Well, now we’re ready for these new four exercises:no.22, 23, 24 and 25.

During the exercise no. 22, let’s pay attention to the notes we play by left hand, above all to half-notes. Also that E launching the second line phrase could give some problems, just like the fifth measure rest.

In the exercise no.23 hands alternate each other: one plays the notes while the other holds a single note. You need to repeat more than once the last measure but one of each line, in order to avoid unpleasant snags.

The exercise no.24 is very similar to no.23. You need to focus more than before on those measures in which both hands play many different notes (for ex.4th, 6th, 7th etc.).

Last exercise we propose today, no.25, is really particular: left and right hand nearly always play in a distance of a sixth (G-D, F-D, etc..) but they diverge at some points, in the 4th and 12th bar. The left hand goes down and right one goes up.

Otherwise, no more novelties. Play them as much as possible, paying attention to the pointed out measures.

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