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Topic: Chromatic scale fingering for practice  (Read 1448 times)

Offline djbrak

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Chromatic scale fingering for practice
on: October 01, 2004, 07:12:43 AM
Hi, I know there have been a few chromatic scale topics about this but haven't been able to get it clearly.

I have seen, starting from C, 13 13 123 13 13 123, etc
and also the 1234 123 1234 123 etc (works only one octave)

Any suggestions?
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Offline CC

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Re: Chromatic scale fingering for practice
Reply #1 on: October 01, 2004, 07:27:09 AM
I believe you use only 123 fingers for both hands except for turning RH at top and LH at bottom. Which fingers are best depends on exact termination point of the turns. If you change this 123 fingering, you can often run into a lot of trouble.
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