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I am struggling to find a book that comprises all piano scales with the proper fingering and with more than 1 octave ...
I found books with the scales requested on certain piano exams, but not with ALL OF THEM together ...
Thanks so much,
Follow the link below to musicroom.com for purchase or more info about this book:
The ABRSM Manual of Scales, Broken Chords and Arpeggios
At Grade 5 the scales are played to three octaves, so I play them in triplets.
Is it still best practice to group the notes into groups of four, whether you are playing two or four octaves?
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