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May
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comment What is the correct fingering for this sequence of notes?
A good fingering depends on many things, like the properties of your hands, the tempo, articulation (legato/staccato/...) dynamics, pedal, position of strong beats etc. etc... For example, with my (right) hand, if the tempo would be about 120bpm, where each G is on a beat, and pedal is used, and I would like it to sound like some kind of flourishing, I would probably use 12345 12345 12323 5. If I want a little crescendo in the end I might use 12312 4 in the end. Here I use 1 for thumb as is standard (for both hands). It would be good if you could scan/take a picture of the score.
May
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reviewed Close power suply/adapter for four-track recorder?
May
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reviewed Close Should I be learning groove skills if I am not yet good at chords
Mar
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Instruments natively tuned to just intonation
Mar
10
answered Do accidentals override key signature?
Mar
7
comment Co-writing with others
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about legal issues.
Mar
7
comment Chord sequences cannot be copyrighted, really?
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about legal issues.
Feb
10
answered Why aren't intervals zero-indexed?
Jan
18
awarded  Fanatic
Jan
13
comment What do scale fingerings have to do with musicianship in the context of college auditions?
What do you have to support your claim in the last paragraph? Because at least where I live, nobody cares about what fingerings you use. Have you actually been to an audition and you were not accepted just because you used the wrong fingerings?
Jan
7
comment How much practicing time per week is enough to progress with piano for beginner?
Well, I put it as a comment since in my opinion it doesn't answer your question... Anyway, I do think it could be better to practice daily, and one session should be short enough that one can practice well the whole time. It is mentally hard work, so if you try practicing for an hour it might be that you practice well for 15 minutes and then the rest is just fiddling around making no progress.
Jan
7
comment How much practicing time per week is enough to progress with piano for beginner?
This depends on too many factors... How about you try something, like 15-30min/day of good practice, and then in a couple weeks ask the teacher and the kid how it's working?
Jan
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on opera tag wiki excerpt
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on opera tag wiki