Advanced Sight-Reading Curriculum - Part 3
Missing Melodies (2)
Some melodies are so well known that we can play them by ear, without needing to look at a score. If we have a good ear and harmonic sense, we may also be able to add the accompanying chords (usually in the left hand) without the aid of a score. However, that is quite a bit more difficult, so we will save that for a later module. For now, we will sight-read some famous piano pieces in which the right hand melody has been mostly erased from the score. This allows us to concentrate on the left hand, which is...
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