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The part I'm asking about is the left hand fingering between 3:46-3:51.



So what confused me is that, from 3:49, it seems he plays [D A G F# E D C B] all as descending notes without moving his hand! But you can see in the reflection that his hand is pretty much stationary while playing all these notes. Strange?! The only way I can seem to do this is to make the jump after the D, and play [A G F# E D C B]. I'd like to know how he does it exactly!

Fingering that seems to work best for me

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                  1 2  3 4 1 2 3  4 5 5 5    
LH: (GA) E D (CA) G F# E D A G F# E D C B (DD) D

And at 3:48 you can clearly see his left hand hit B and F# together (BF#), but you can only hear the F#. And the next note heard after that is E, which you do not see him hit. I wonder why this is? The film seems to be in line with the audio.

Thank you

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I suspect this is what he does, as he keeps his thumb anchored on the higher D note. Quite an eye opener!
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                  1 2  3 1 2 3 2  3 4 5 5    
LH: (GA) E D (CA) G F# E D A G F# E D C B (DD) D

Last edited by Visalia; 02/27/21 05:31 PM.

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