Long Tones: I-V7-I
Use this video to play along!
The above PDF’s lay out a 6-part choir version of long tones that move chromatically. Feel free to play each key in an ascending or descending manner. The parts combine to form a I-V7-I chord progression in each key. As an individual you can pick any part and play it as a soloist. To the untrained ear it might appear to be “just like” a Remington Long Tone exercise but trust me, after a month you’ll start to hear phrases from your very first notes.
Continue with I-IV-I and I-vi-I
By practicing the I-V7-I, I-IV-I, and I-vi-I chord progressions, we become familiar with the sound and voice leading of the I,IV,V7, and vi chords of any key. These 4 chords make up a vast majority of both classical (and popular) music contexts. If you can familiarize yourself with these harmonic progressions, you'll have a much greater internalized reference of the harmonic progressions you will most commonly play in. When you are ready, combine them for even more advanced harmonic progressions.