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Choosing which finger(s) to use to press a key (of a keyboard) or to stop a string, or the set of fingers to use to produce a particular note or chord.

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Yes. Use 1 on G# and get used to it. If you use 2 on G# it makes a mess, but you can still keep 1 and 2 on A and B and only move 2 down for the one G#. If you can't spread 2 and 3 so much you can use …
answered Jun 1 '12 by Thomas Bryla
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It gives a better staccato articulation, there's also always a difference in hands when striking a key. To me it is also easier to play with two hands, and you can play considerably faster this way.
answered May 18 '12 by Thomas Bryla