Sequence 8

with Paul Edmund-Davies

Sequence 8, shares similarities with Sequence 7, from the point of view that it is longer than the earlier sequences, so therefore, just that little bit more physically demanding.

As always, practice it slowly, one segment at a time and try to get the chord shifts into your memory…I try not to write harmonically over complicated exercises! To help in the keys with numerous flats and sharps, I have written things out enharmonically, so that you shouldn’t have to over worry about exactly which note a C flat (for example) is!