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Learning piano pieces and fingering

sean1980
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7/21/2015 12:42:00 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
When learning new pieces is it necessary to write in the fingering?
I really like to learn new pieces but sitting and trying to figure out and write in the fingering is just too time consuming. I don't have that much of time.
annaliese
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7/23/2015 3:00:29 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
I honestly never do it unless it's a particularly tricky run of notes in one hand.
It's quite time consuming.
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fromantle
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8/12/2015 10:55:01 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 7/21/2015 12:42:00 AM, sean1980 wrote:
When learning new pieces is it necessary to write in the fingering?
I really like to learn new pieces but sitting and trying to figure out and write in the fingering is just too time consuming. I don't have that much of time.

I'm largely self taught and rather slow at sight reading. The problem is what is easy fingering for one is not easy for another. Add to this the small finger is often not used since it is less adaptable. The playing of scales is good for the fingers and hands.