khayes wrote: ↑
Wed Sep 06, 2017 9:14 pm
Me too cedartop - and just so you know, you are probably right in my case. If I were to play using the revised fingering, the B would probably get cut off anyway because my 4th finger would most likely rub against it.
There is no easy fingering for this little section of the piece. But one has to place the D in bar 26 with the precision needed to not obstruct the open B, and I find that gliding this carefully placed finger down to the C in the next bar without breaking contact ensures that it does not obstruct the open B, sounded again in this bar... ... I have to add, if I am lucky!
(That shows me up as an amateur, a professional would not need to add that last comment!)