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I would say, fall back on technique. If you have a proper grip, just trust that your fingers will be where they are supposed to go. And a rubber finger tip glove should solve any sealing problems. That said, I would wait for fresh skin to develop on the pad before really trying to play anything. Especially an open hole instrument.
Of course you don't want to do anything that will endanger your recovery, increase the chance of infection or anything like that. You might try wrapping the bandaid and top knuckle in gauze to make it easier to cover the entire hole. You might experiment with that idea by wrapping down to the 2nd knuckle and holding that finger in a straighter position ...
Ok, so I don't have 50 reputation right now, so I'll just post a comment here: do you have to play the recorder while waiting for the injury to heal? It's most likely not as severe as trying to play with a broken arm, but imo it's comparable; if you try too hard to cover up the hole (there's definitely some pressure needed) and hurt your finger in the ...
Yes, both piano music and recorder music are written with the same kind of music notation, using the same kinds of symbols. The pitch "A" on the piano and the same pitch "A" on the recorder are written with the same musical note in sheet music. I do not know, but I suspect that the problem your daughter is encountering is of a different nature: On the ...
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