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Sight reading for piano with primary chords

Is sight reading available for piano students using I, IV 6/4, and V 6/5 chords (and variations thereof)?


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I also would like to see piano exercises more closely mimic actual piano music. SRF is a GREAT program and I love it and swear by it with students. Still though, especially in the higher piano levels, the notes do seem a bit random. In real piano music, there are of course those chords and chord changes that you run into ALL THE TIME... very familiar arpeggios and cadences, etc. It would be wonderful to see those in SRF exercises since that's what the student will encounter in other music they play.

Yes, I had this question, too!
Yes, I also feel that the music is, well, non-musical. It sounds like it has been randomly generated under a set of constraining rules. Have the SRF coders looked into modern machine learning capabilities? That might allow you to mimic particular composers, styles of music, etc, while still imposing various constraints to control the challenge level of the music.

I also would love to see an option to generate piano sheets with common chord progressions, the stuff that you see in all modern day piano music.

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