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Arpeggios #Tweenlife - Why We Practice with Our Kids

January 12, 2018

I was sight singing with our son before he did his piano playing.  First, we rhythm read, sing the notes, then play.


When I asked, "Did you see a pattern in the notes?"  He pointed and said "It's an incomplete arpeggio."


So, I sang " I can sing high and sing low."  The lyrics  match In the sound of an arpeggio. The exercise is a well known vocal warm-up. And, an easy way for you to vocally manoever an arpeggio in any key.

Well, it is a hot and cold, tug of war with practice with our daughter. But today, she finished her practice and said "May I share a song with you to help Jason with arpeggios?"


The wonderful song is below.


Then, I asked her why she gives me such a rough time for her to practice.  Especially, if she loves this song and its lyrics.


She giggled and ran away.


I guess you just never know how practicing with them is going to show up in how they live life with you.  I was glad to learn something new about our daughter; and,of course, her brother was delighted by such a classic.


original post (1.8.2015)



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A visionary technologist by day, Delia is also a published author and public speaker, often focusing on topics of project management, research practices, user experience and diversity in the workplace. Involved in the community and external business world, Delia co-founded Designing Me, an organization that steers professional women into executive and leadership positions. Her Got Strategy workshop assists junior and mid-level professionals in setting and executing a career strategy.

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