having trouble with a particular chord....

having trouble with a particular chord....

    
having trouble with a particular chord....    21:57 on Wednesday, April 9, 2008          

cranberrysauce
(1 point)
Posted by cranberrysauce

I'm fairly novice so bear with me

Im trying to find the best (accepted) way to play a Bb inverted chord on the piano with my right hand.

I use my thumb on the F and my pinkie on the D. Im not sure, however which finger to use on the Bb itself. I use the 2nd sometimes and 3rd the other but am not sure which is "right". I dont want to form "bad habits" early.


Re: having trouble with a particular chord....    20:34 on Thursday, April 10, 2008          

agent3x
(56 points)
Posted by agent3x

I would think that the 3rd finger would be more comfortable, but there isn't really a "right" way. Fingering depends on a lot of different things, such as the flexibility of your fingers and what's comfortable for them, and what you have to play in the rest of the music. If, for example, it's easier to use your third finger so that your second is free to quickly go to another key, then you should do so, but if that's awkward, then don't.


Re: having trouble with a particular chord....    23:39 on Saturday, April 12, 2008          

onehope
(3 points)
Posted by onehope

Does anyone have/can they email me the sheet music for Robbie Williams Angels song?

I am new to 8notes.com.

onehope@comcast.net

Thanks.


   




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