Arpeggios over I, IV, V in Bb major

Hi Pat

Here is the lesson sheet for the arpeggios we went over today:

A week

1) Chord progression and Melodic patterns  I-IV-V7 or Blues in Bb
2) Arpeggios on I- IV- V7 in Bb
3) Scale/Mode – Bb major 3 ways (start on E string, A string and Segovia)
http://www.classtab.org/segovia_scales.txt

        B flat major

e|-------------------------------------------------8--10--11--13--15--17--18-|
B|--------------------------------------8--10--11----------------------------|
G|-------------------------5--7--8--10---------------------------------------|
D|----------------5--7--8----------------------------------------------------|
A|-------5--6--8-------------------------------------------------------------|
E|-6--8----------------------------------------------------------------------|

   2  4  1  2  4  1  3  4  1  3  1  3   1  3   4   1  3   1   3   1   3   4   


e|-17--15--13--11--10--------------------------------------------------------|
B|---------------------13--11--10--------------------------------------------|
G|---------------------------------12--10------------------------------------|
D|-----------------------------------------13--12--10------------------------|
A|-----------------------------------------------------13--12--10--8--6--5---|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

   3   1   4   2   1   4   2   1   3   1   4   3   1   4   3   1   4  2  1


e|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|-8--6----------------------------------------------------------------------|

Guitar-Triads and inversions in Bb

A week 2

Interval studies

Play scale intervals 1-2,1-2, 1-2. 1-3,1-3,1-3. Etc. Play first octave, then second octave scale then upper extensions (intervals over an octave such as 9,11,13).

 

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