Measure 36: After the two right hand chords, should my left hand play the entire arpeggiation, or should i distribute it.
Measures 42-45: My left hand is big, and it can stretch, and playing that arpeggiation entirely with the left hand is extremely awkward, and I can't find a way to distribute that between both hands, is there a way or do I have to make due with just the left hand?
That's all for now, I'm not quite at measure 42 yet but for the future when I do reach it, I'll know in advance, because I just tried it quickly and it wasn't working out.
One more thing, can I do the double glissandi with one hand? I find it much easier, or is that like the worst idea ever...
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