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Krystian Zimerman – An Exclusive Radio Interview with the Enigmatic Polish Pianist

Tom Service went to Basel, Switzerland, to meet up with Krystian Zimerman to talk with him about his very personal and passionate philosophy of music. In a candid discussion, Zimerman explains how the piano is like a human being to him – he owns six instruments, and is obsessive about choosing the right keyboard for the repertoire he is practicing or performing. He reveals how he is unhappy with recordings and even advises against buying his own records and also reflects on the unique relationship between performer and audience. Read more >>

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Author Topic: Ronda Alla Turca fingering question  (Read 3597 times)
ca1ibanxj
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« on: April 12, 2006, 05:48:46 AM »

Specifically, the left hand pattern from measure 21-26, and also the right hand 16th note runs in measures 36-44.  What are the conventional fingerings for these, and what do YOU use?  All help is greatly appreciated.
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« Reply #1 on: April 17, 2006, 09:45:26 PM »

Anybody?  Come on, I know at least some you have played this piece? Wink

Bu seriosuly, the left had switches from paying quarter notes of A CE CE CE to F AD# AD# AD#.  Right now I'm trying it as 5 31 31 31 for both parts but the switch from 5 playing A to 5 play F, 3 playing C to 3 playing A, and 1 playing E to 1 playing D# feel awkward, (especially the thumb one.)  Thanks.
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« Reply #2 on: April 18, 2006, 02:42:33 AM »

Greetings.

There really is no trick fingering and nothing should be uncomfortable, albeit everyone's fingering is different. Search for the right feel. Hope this helps.
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