Just two phrases I took note of recently for a sort bag of tricks I could have. Phrase from first concerthttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LhpUoTqbGwI&t=1795s&ab_channel=JeffVanDevender
I've a question or two about the part beginning at 29:33. So at the 29:40 mark; I know he hits a G power chord in his left hand, but what other note (apart from G) does he hit with his right hand?
- At the end of 29:40 he goes to an Eb chord. I presume it's just (Bb+G) or (G+Bb+G) in his right hand. Or would it be (Bb+Eb+G)? Would just like to know the habit to have in such a situation.
- The melody over the next chord (Bb/F) is as follows: Eb D C Bb F Bb C D (Bb+F)
I'd really like to know the correct way to hit that F melody note... the one sort of in the middle. Does he hit it with his right hand at the same time that the left hand hits the Bb base? Or, seeing as that F note is quite low down, does he hit both these notes with the left hand? What's better practice?
Phrase from different concert
Favoured question - at 29:44 he goes from an Eb chord to a Bb/F. What's interesting here, is that he brought in the F base note on the very last note of the chord before it. Was that intentional? And does that mean that he had to specifically let of the pedal early? Because otherwise you wouldn't hear that F base note in teh next measure.
So there's a little piece from 0:32
I was curious about the fingering on the Bb chord from 0:36ishhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cfgOyMmO0wE&ab_channel=AdmiralNeeda
2 5 1 4 2 3 2 1 5 1 5 1 5 1 5
Bb F Bb E Bb D Bb F F Bb G Bb A Bb A D
Would that be the correct way to do it?