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Topic: Scriabin Etude Op. 8, No. 3, HELP  (Read 4437 times)

Offline pooguy77

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Scriabin Etude Op. 8, No. 3, HELP
on: August 14, 2006, 05:37:30 AM
I was wondering how i'm suppose to approach this piece fingering wise both in the LH and the RH. If someone can help me out with a finger sequence for the first few bars, that would be great b/c right now I don't know what fingerings I should be trying. Once I get that straight out, perhaps I can plow through this Etude...
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Re: Scriabin Etude Op. 8, No. 3, HELP
Reply #1 on: March 14, 2017, 03:45:54 AM
Hi,
I'm working in this myself. It isn't really that hard.
The fingering is almost the same in the exposition.
You're basically using 2 and the octave: 1-5.
I find myself using a 4 on the octave: bottom of first page, third measure from the last, for fourth measure from the first, second beat.
I guarantee you that you'll have to use a 3, e.g. third measure, first beat: 3 on the first note B.
Otherwise, it's always a 2.
If you need help, I'm more than happy to accommodate.
It's now been 10 years since your post.
I suspect that you've been able to work through this.
I don't like Piano Street for this very reason -- no one ever replies!
Good luck.
Tom / rdyaim@pacbell.net

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Re: Scriabin Etude Op. 8, No. 3, HELP
Reply #2 on: March 14, 2017, 03:52:18 AM
Hi,
I'm working in this myself. It isn't really that hard.
The fingering is almost the same in the exposition.
You're basically using 2 and the octave: 1-5.
I find myself using a 4 on the octave: bottom of first page, third measure from the last, for fourth measure from the first, second beat.
I guarantee you that you'll have to use a 3, e.g. third measure, first beat: 3 on the first note B.
Otherwise, it's always a 2.
If you need help, I'm more than happy to accommodate.
It's now been 10 years since your post.
I suspect that you've been able to work through this.
Good luck.
Tom / rdyaim@pacbell.net
 

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