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Not necessarily about arthritis. But any hand problems. I suffered a slight stroke a few years ago and my left hand was missing chords by a couple of frets.After playing and earning a living from my passion. I thought it was over. But after I finished feeling sorry for my self and realizing it could have been a lot worse, I started over. My Right hand and ...


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I'm not a doctor so this isn't medical advice but: Essential Tremor I believe is very similar if not identical to what you're suffering from. Eliminating caffeine can reduce or eliminate essential tremors as well as the prescription drug Propranolol. The effects of doing either of these things is almost immediate so you only have to skip coffee and tea ...


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I believe what you are experiencing are called "essential tremors". My daughter has had them in her right hand for most of her adult life, and, unfortunately, there is no known cure or treatment.


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Your fingering isn't bad. I compared it to an ancient Willis Edition I have that my dad got me way back when... (It cost $1.75 oh so many years ago!) and you are pretty close to that in most places, however, I'd like to point out some things you might find helpful. Keep in mind that this fingering works for me, and it may not work for you. Also keep in mind ...


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It's absolutely a normal things for who is new to playing the piano I had this too when I was like you :) all you need is : 1.play more slowly 2.work and train 3.choose pieces that is for your level of playing not harder hope that helped :)


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I used to have the same problem on violin: my pinky started trembling violently when I tried holding a string down with it for more than a few seconds. Here are a few exercises I’ve used to increase the strength in my third and fourth fingers to the point where I have few issues playing music with them. First is an exercise I learned after spraining my ...


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There is no need to leave the other three fingers in place on the frets, pressing down the strings, while you press the fourth fret note down. Mostly, you need to only press the note you're playing, certainly as a newbie. Later, when playing legato, and using pull-offs, you will probably need two fingers pressing simultaneously, but for now, release maybe ...


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This is normal and is caused by hand and finger position. Ensure that your fingers are square to the middle of the keys. This may mean you need to turn your hands inward slightly to compensate for this, and this is a natural position anyhow. With your hands positioned properly, ensure your fingers are curved as though you are holding an orange or ...



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