D Major 2 Octave Arpeggio

for viola


Learn how to play the notes of "D Major 2 Octave Arpeggio Viola" on viola for free using our animated scrolling tablature for the easiest way to quickly learn the music. Enjoy playing along with 1 backing tracks which you can control with the track display. Use this tutorial with our tab to learn the song without having to read notes in sheet music.

Uploaded August 18, 2017
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3 thoughts on “D Major 2 Octave Arpeggio Viola

  1. Why don’t you explain your abbreviations like LS an SL? You may think they are obvious, but they are not obvious to me.
    I have played guitar, mandolin, dulcimer for about 50 years, studied viola on and off for about 5 years and have a very good knowledge of music theory — but I have never come across those abbreviations. And I am in Mensa, so I do not think I am too stupid to be able to figure these abbreviations out.

  2. your scrolling tab would be much easier to get used to if it scrolled left to right instead of down to up. Horizontally is how tablature and standard notation is written. The resemblance to the way the fingerboard looks to the player is more misleading than helpful; the immediate impression is that each subsequent note is played lower on the fingerboard. I realize that this may be prohibitively difficult to change from a programming standpoint.

    1. It wouldn’t be that hard to have it scroll from left to right. I wonder how many other users feel the same way. The effort isn’t so much with getting the scrolling to work as you would expect, but for the overall layout of all the other components and how the page should respond to various sizes.