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Improvising in Rondo form inspired by your current piece

We're now going to look at how to improvising in Rondo (ABACA) form inspired by the title and musical features found in your current piece. Bartok’s Romanian Folk Dance No. 6 is the given example - here is the beginning: Notice, also, that the RH plays mainly in three different five-finger positions, but these are not the usual major five-finger positions because the fourth note is raised: Bars 1- 4, D E F# G# A Bars 5 - 8, G A B C# D Bars 17 ff, C D E F#...

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