Right Hand Fingering

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Re: Right Hand Fingering

Post by jaan » Fri May 03, 2019 2:06 pm

Mostly looks good and economical in terms of motion. More m-a heavy than I'd use, but that's me.

One problem spot though is the transition from bar 6 to bar 7. You play a on the third string, followed by i on the second. That's a tough crossing; I like to lead with m or a when I cross toward the treble side and lead with i when I cross toward the bass.
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