In this exercise there is the G dominant seventh chord arpeggio. It is and example to understand how to play grand arpeggios and broken chords.
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Tips to play piano arpeggios
In a like manner play broken chords and arpeggios in those keys you are familiar with, and as you advance, learning to play other scales, play your five-finger exercises as well as the arpeggios in those keys.
As a rule, if the arpeggio begins with a black key, place the first finger upon it in the right hand ascending, and in the left hand descending. Use the thumb upon the first white key that occurs and you have the correct fingering of the entire passage