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#456775 04/12/06 09:12 PM
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I recently picked up the music for the op. 4, and I've been looking at Diabolic suggestion. I started the first two pages and skiped to the 3rd, and this is one of the funnest and angriest pieces I've ever played.

I have a question on fingering though.

In the 6th measure where you have a trill almost. You have an acented chord than an F and E back and forth.

My question is: Is the F and E played back and forth with the index finger of the right hand playing the F and the index finger of the left hand playing the E. Or is it played as a trill in the right hand/left hand alone?

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I've seen it played by dividing between the hands.

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I use the index of the right hand and the thumb of the left, and that's how its indicated in my score. It takes some getting used to, but after a while it's pretty simple, and works well for hitting the chords mid trill.


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