Rock the halls level 4. Bar 4, rh, F maj triad with fingers 5,4,2? I see why, I imagine you play the Cm with 2,3,5, but you need a big hand to make that work.
Hehe. I thought that 542 might ruffle a few feathers
Actually, it's not quite what I'm thinking here: because bar 3 starts with the same two notes as bar 1 (minus the grace note), I assume the same fingers (5+3). I then play the Cm triad with 1,3,5 - not entirely conventional *but* by sticking with that scheme (including the 5,4,2) you will be perfectly poised for the whole stretch in bar 6, beat 1, and very little movement is required for the whole of bars 3 and 4. Personally, I find this helps the groove.
However, I certainly regret not clarifying the fingering in bar 3. Unfortunately, I've managed to delete the MuseScore project for the grade 4 version :lol:
Moving on to bar 9, that lovely lick in the rh. You marked the C as 2, meaning I end up with 4 on D#, and managing that grace note with a thumb-tuck, I just don't know. Maybe that just needs practice, but my natural inclination is to avoid that somehow, even if I then need to lift between the E and the G.
For me, that just feels totally comfortable, and sets the hand up for the next few notes. But, I have been playing that scale in that way for years now, so I guess it should feel comfortable! I think it's because I find the placing of the 4th on D# enables an easy sweep of the forearm that places the thumb on the E without feeling like I have to tuck it under.
Next, bar 10, downwards lick in rh. Why not put 4 on the Eb? I need to lift anyway, and it avoids the thumb tuck thing later in the bar.
In this instance, I'm trying to force the thumb to stay on C, because otherwise the repeat is nowhere near as easy.
But fingering is quite individual
Thanks so much for this feedback - I find it really valuable