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#2051160 - 03/20/13 02:09 AM Help: Fur Elise (Sheet music with finger notations)  
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Hi everyone,

As subject say, does anyone have the sheet music of fur elise with finger notations? My wife like the song, i tried to learn it before but stopped at the first bridge. Now i wish to finish learning it.

With my current song that i'm learning, the finger notations helps me to learn it significantly faster than without (though as it gets more comfortable i changed some of the fingers to better suit me). So i'm hoping there is one for fur elise as well. I googled but didn't find it.

Thank you for your help.


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#2051165 - 03/20/13 02:37 AM Re: Help: Fur Elise (Sheet music with finger notations) [Re: ty.beginner]  
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It's not what you're asking for but still;
Alot of youtube tutorials out there on für elise so you can put the fingering yourself on the sheet music like:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1KMPGpSd7XI

Best way though is coming up with your own fingering, but you have to have a good basis to know what will work best. Anyway.. I think writing the fingering down yourself using youtube will be the best option as far as I know. But mayb someone else has it with the fingering..

#2051167 - 03/20/13 02:40 AM Re: Help: Fur Elise (Sheet music with finger notations) [Re: ty.beginner]  
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Hello,

I have a great experience with Alfred's books.
So if I would like to learn Fur Elise I would choose one of these:
http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/title/F-r-Elise/3662715#
http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/title/Beethoven-13-Most-Popular-Pieces/3505799#


#2051271 - 03/20/13 09:15 AM Re: Help: Fur Elise (Sheet music with finger notations) [Re: ty.beginner]  
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#2051305 - 03/20/13 10:23 AM Re: Help: Fur Elise (Sheet music with finger notations) [Re: ty.beginner]  
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Fur Elise hardly has any points where completely natural fingering won't just work.

There is one element where I didn't naturally play the preferred fingering: For the repeated notes in three octaves, my initial reaction was to play 5-1-2; my teacher suggested (and it's in the pdf just posted) 5-5-1 which does work better.


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#2051330 - 03/20/13 11:15 AM Re: Help: Fur Elise (Sheet music with finger notations) [Re: Lost Woods]  
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Originally Posted by Lost Woods
It's not what you're asking for but still;
Alot of youtube tutorials out there on für elise so you can put the fingering yourself on the sheet music like:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1KMPGpSd7XI

Best way though is coming up with your own fingering, but you have to have a good basis to know what will work best. Anyway.. I think writing the fingering down yourself using youtube will be the best option as far as I know. But mayb someone else has it with the fingering..

Oh thanks for that, another piece I like to play!


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#2051664 - 03/20/13 10:55 PM Re: Help: Fur Elise (Sheet music with finger notations) [Re: ty.beginner]  
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Thank you everyone for your help.

especially pianopaws for the exact thing that i'm looking for. Though i have another question, at the bottom of the page there is a mini measure (dont know what it's called) with the sign of the sharp and some notes. what does that mean?


-TY-
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Canon in D, Pachebel
Marriage D Amour, Richard Clayderman

Learning..
Clair de lunes, Debussy
#2051762 - 03/21/13 05:40 AM Re: Help: Fur Elise (Sheet music with finger notations) [Re: ty.beginner]  
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Originally Posted by ty.beginner
Thank you everyone for your help.

especially pianopaws for the exact thing that i'm looking for. Though i have another question, at the bottom of the page there is a mini measure (dont know what it's called) with the sign of the sharp and some notes. what does that mean?


It's not related to the piece at all. It's just a cute way of writing the Name Gilbert de Benedetti who edited this version.


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#2052394 - 03/22/13 09:49 AM Re: Help: Fur Elise (Sheet music with finger notations) [Re: Andy Platt]  
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Originally Posted by Andy Platt
Originally Posted by ty.beginner
Thank you everyone for your help.

especially pianopaws for the exact thing that i'm looking for. Though i have another question, at the bottom of the page there is a mini measure (dont know what it's called) with the sign of the sharp and some notes. what does that mean?


It's not related to the piece at all. It's just a cute way of writing the Name Gilbert de Benedetti who edited this version.


Ahhhhh... looks obvious shouldn't it? smile thanx.. i was scratching my head over that one


-TY-
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Canon in D, Pachebel
Marriage D Amour, Richard Clayderman

Learning..
Clair de lunes, Debussy

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