Hand position set-up is what makes playing notes work!
Allow me to share what our friends are doing above.
that you know some of the primary hand-position principles, you are ready to
discover the note locations required to perform a one octave D major scale.
Remember, the goal is to
use instrument-tapes as visual guides. Your ear is in charge of the exact
fingertip location for each note. There is a difference between hearing and focused
Excellent pitch is achieved by focused listening and exacting pin-point pitch location.
Now let’s learn note locations for all pitches of the D major scale.
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