Yet another op 10 no 2 blend

Ckavichord players play c and a minor “white note” scales wit


This of course builds in rotations – remembering that that basic hand is well titled to the right. Played lightly, you get lots of bounce from the flexors.

And there no trying to pronate from a taubman classic hand. (Note taubman folks do advise that taubman hand/arms can be at an angle ti the keyboard, provided its still stays straight!)

For the chromatic scale, one simple uses chopin fingering – so the back notes are now incorporated … always on your long third that is generally always flexing while also pronating- whether ascending or descending

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