Piano Technique: Fingering: Fingering Revisited

Good fingering and good technique are inseparable, but “good fingering” is so much more than just knowing which finger goes on which key. If you want to take your playing to the next level, you must appreciate two other important factors: where and how your fingers make contact with the keys.

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4 Responses to Piano Technique: Fingering: Fingering Revisited

  1. paula graham says:

    Brilliant…going to try it out tomorrow.

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  2. paula graham says:

    Oh yea…makes it so much easier to be light of touch and fluent. Back to recognising the notes on their lines…it is falling together a bit easier, but not there yet. Working out with your helpful recognition pages where each note is in relation to the black keys has been such a help.

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