|You are at Chapter II Page No. 16 Make ready your left hand (basses)|
|Now it is time for your left hand fingers.
Gradually, one by one, you will combine each finger. It is important to locate your left
hand palm correctly, so that you can press upon the strings
without a counter press with the thumb; the mass of your palm will be sufficient. The
pressing action of the string must last a while, so that the sound will last. Locate the
pressing finger just before the fret!
While practicing, take a look at your left wrist to see that it stays free and loose.
22. Finger No. 1
Finger No.1 will press the string a bit on its side because of our hand structure
|23. Finger No. 2||
Meet the string at your fingertip
|24. Finger No. 3||
As you press, make sure that your finger is round
|25. Finger No. 4||
Practice the 4th finger slower and gently
|26. Combinations within a melody||
Support the rhythm with your leg's "V"
|27. Melody with two endings||
Play 4 measures, up to the repeat Then start from beginning, skip measure No. 4 (first ending) and jump to the last measure (second ending)
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