There are several reasons why pianists should practice piano arpeggios. Like scale exercises, they have been traditionally incorporated into the student’s practice.
Over the years pianists have used arpeggios as a way to build strength and basic piano technique.
Any technique that you need to work on can be done through practicing scales and arpeggios like for speed, accuracy, tone and articulations.
You can also work on your finger independence by playing them in contrary motion, or starting on different inversions in the two hands.
Another common exercise is to play a scale in one hand while playing an arpeggio pattern in the other.
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