Pentatonic Exercise: Quintuplets

by Dejan Farkas

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  • Hi GMC and welcome to the lesson. :)

    This time it is about quintuplets. Quintuplet is a group of five notes each with equal duration, but fit into duration of four. For example quintuplet of 16th notes have to have a total duration as 4 16th notes. For that reason it may be difficult to play them, but they can sound very effective.

    I combined pentatonic scale in this exercise, so it can be also good for memorizing pentatonic shapes.

    Key signature: A Minor Pentatonic
    Time signature: 4/4
    Tempo: 80 bpm

    Have fun :)


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