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Are there fundamental problem how I'm fingering this fugue?

First, the idea to keep the hand, by expansion or contraction, as close to "neutral" as possible (i.e., five-finger position) is a very solid principle to go by. One wants to be as ...
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Are there fundamental problem how I'm fingering this fugue?

No, there is no fundamental problem with doing this. It might not be the best fingering in any situation, but it allows for fast uncomplicated playing of sequenced runs. Not employing the thumb means ...
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Fingering for left hand accompaniment over two octaves piano

This is just a demonstration of Curtis’ proposal. Depending on your personal preferences it might work better to change 1→4 instead of 1→5 due to less contraction of the hand. ...
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Fingering for left hand accompaniment over two octaves piano

I think you want to do this with silent finger changes, which is where you keep the key depressed, and without lifting the finger pushing the key down, switch the finger on that key, without striking ...
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Fingering for left hand accompaniment over two octaves piano

I'd play the bottom D's with the little finger (5), the top D with the thumb (1), and the A-D in the middle as 2-3, 2-4, or 3-4 as seems appropriate at the moment (all work). (Based from playing air-...
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How can I find out which woodwind instruments have the same (or almost the same) fingering so it makes transitioning between those instruments easier?

DISCLAIMER: I speak from the viewpoint of a saxophonist who has doubled on other instruments. I interpret the question as asking for similarities between instruments of different families. Until you ...
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