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Topic: mendelssohn op67:2  (Read 2225 times)

Offline cziffra

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mendelssohn op67:2
on: September 13, 2003, 09:28:36 AM
does anyone have a fingering method for bar 33 of the mendelssohn op67:2?  the part where the right hand has a series of 6 semiquaver thirds in a row.

my idea is:
434543  5
121312  1
but to do that means that the next middle-voice notes in bar 34 are much harder to play.  
if anyone has any suggestions i would very much appreciate it. thankyou
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Offline allchopin

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Re: mendelssohn op67:2
Reply #1 on: September 14, 2003, 02:33:04 AM
do you mean bar 34? (bar 33 only has 3 sixteenth-note thirds in a row)

(for bar 34, where they are like arpeggiated thirds)
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