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CHAPTER-9.2: PERPETUAL MOTION ON PENTATONIC

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Perpetual means Continuing without interruption, completing it without any break. This Chapter will lead you to create severe consistency on playing and accurancy build up. Be sure you have learn The Major and Minor Pentatonic scales from different keys/home

Refer to Chapter-9.1 first.

Part A

Task: Play the following exercise which is based on A minor pentatonic. You have to repeat the full tab 4 times at once, perpetual. If you even fail on the last note of the 4th time, you have to start playing from 1st round 🙂

Tempo and time signature: 120 ( 4/4) on 8th note.(2 notes per beat)

Task: Repeat 4 times without any mistake.


Part B

Task: Play the following exercise which is based on A minor pentatonic. You have to repeat the full tab 4 times at once, perpetual. If you even fail on the last note of the 4th time, you have to start playing from 1st round 🙂

Task: Repeat 4 times without any mistake.

Part C:

Task: Play the following exercise which is based on A minor pentatonic. You have to repeat the full tab 4 times at once, perpetual. If you even fail on the last note of the 4th time, you have to start playing from 1st round 🙂

Task: Repeat 4 times without any mistake.

Part D

Convert Part A to A Major pentatonic.

 

Task: Repeat 4 times without any mistake.

Part E

Convert Part B to A Major pentatonic.

Task: Repeat 4 times without any mistake.

Part F

Convert Part C to A Major pentatonic.


 


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