cales in thirds: you need them where you least expect them, and at a fairly lively tempo: take Beethovena#39;s Bagatelle in C, Op. 33. No 2. In the first scale in thirds/ you may choose fingers 4-2 all the way, but you have no choice in the second scale (G Major) a you must use fingered ... In the group of four thirds, there is always a place where the thumb must simply slide from one key to the next (*), no bumps, anbsp;...
|Author||:||Ekay Music, Incorporated, Cimino Publishing Group Inc|
|Publisher||:||Shacor, Inc. - 1995-02-01|