Try these chromatic scale similar motion patterns, which swap between the intervals you're already familiar with. The arrows above/below the music show you where the hands swap intervals.
You're almost certain to deviate from any prescribed fingering, so improvising some 'last resort get-out' fingering is a conscious feature of the exercises!
Download the PDF for the Scale City Chromatic Scales here.
Shrinks by four semitones from an octave to minor sixths to major thirds.
Count the 3-2 meter ONE-and-and-a TWO-and-and-a THREE-and-and-a...
Increases by four semitones from major thirds to minor sixths, to unison, to major tenths.
Read the music 'for the pattern only' - a starting interval plus where and how the hands change directions - and attempt the pattern from any starting place.
Reverse and invert the pattern.
Alternates between minor thirds and major sixths.
Count the 9-8 time signature: ONE-and-a TWO-and-a THREE-and-a...
The change in direction starts a semitone earlier - the difference between the intervals is greater.
Can you devise a version of the above pattern which uses major thirds and minor sixths?
Keep developing your ability to 'get out of a tight spot', fingering-wise. You can't improvise freely and work out your fingering in advance, so adapting to circumstances at lightning speed is the only way!
Scale Practice Patterns (SPPs)
Scale-tone practice patterns (STPPs)
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