ArpeggioThe word originally comes from the Italian for in the manner of a harp. An Arpeggio is a chord played one note at a time. So an Arpeggio of C Major would simply be the notes C E G and C(high) played in sequence. An Arpeggio may often be played forwards then backwards.
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