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#2303245 - 07/17/14 03:10 AM consolation 3, bar 45 how to play
briandang Offline
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Registered: 02/07/14
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Bar 45, does the LH reaches over to play F with 1? And how the RH pushes off the LH to play Bb,C,where LH had just played Bb with 2? On bar 47 and 48, are the bass notes played by LH only or with both hands, fingering please.

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#2303843 - 07/18/14 09:02 PM Re: consolation 3, bar 45 how to play [Re: briandang]
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This is what I do regarding bar 43. For the bass clef F note, since I am already holding it from playing it on the treble cleff, I ise the same finger to gently repeat the F.

Bass cleff fingering I use; 5-2-4- - 2, with the 4th eighth note being RH 2.

For bar 47-48, left hand plays the d-b and than i use right hand, fingering i use being 2-1-4-1-3-2-5-4-2-1-3-2-1 and LH finishes with 2-4-5-2-4-1-2-5

there is also a left hand only way i use for 47-48 but i find using the right makes it much easier

this is my facorite liszt piece btw


Edited by joonsang (07/18/14 09:06 PM)

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#2305725 - 07/23/14 01:49 AM Re: consolation 3, bar 45 how to play [Re: briandang]
briandang Offline
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You wrote bar 43 but I think you meant 45. You use 5-2-4-r-2 for the bass, but I just can't see how you can reach G with L4 finger, I would think 4 is better for G.

Thanks,
Brian

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#2306703 - 07/24/14 08:30 PM Re: consolation 3, bar 45 how to play [Re: briandang]
briandang Offline
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My bad, I meant to say I think Left #3 finger is better (I just can't imagine how one can play the note with #4 assuming #5 still holds the note).

Regards,
Brian

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