I need advice on how to sight read triad chords (root position and inversions).
For example, lets take a look at "Waltz in A Minor" by Chopin:
In the bass clef, on the second bar there is a low A followed by a root position Am chord, on the third bar there is a low D followed by second inversion Dm chord.
In the root position Am I think it is straight forward I should direct my hand first to the low note (A) and adjust my hand to play the rest of the chord. bu in the case of the inverted Dm, should I start with the low note (A) or with the root note (D)?