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It gives the teacher considerable flexibility and is intended in no way to restrict the lesson procedures. Thus, the only variable parameter in piano tone production is the velocity at which the hammer strikes the string (other than pedal and voicing) It is possible to make the hammer strike the string at a high enough velocity that it will change the sound quality of the instrument.
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How to Form Minor Piano Scales. Each major key has its relative minor key. The relative minor scale is built upon the sixth tone of the major scale.
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The study of scales will teach you about technique, proper fingering, as well as one of the most important building blocks of a musical composition; the tonality, or Key.
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