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Why are two octave scales so tricky?

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Why are two octave scales so tricky?

Post by kentaku_sama on Sat Mar 14, 2009 5:37 pm

My piano teacher has taught me to play on the C, G, and F key already so I learned to play a one octave two handed scale with proper fingering. So I thought I'd try two octaves. Whats wierd is that when I play 2 ocatves one hand at a time it's easy but if I play two octaves with two hands I mess up somewhere. I have sheets with all the scales with proper fingering so I know Their right but I mess up somewhere.
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Re: Why are two octave scales so tricky?

Post by Aigle on Sun Mar 15, 2009 12:41 pm

I guess you are begginer, so your brain will take some time to develop hand independency. Just go slow and with time you will go faster
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Re: Why are two octave scales so tricky?

Post by kentaku_sama on Mon Mar 16, 2009 1:22 am

guess you are begginer, so your brain will take some time to develop hand independency. Just go slow and with time you will go faster.

Well not exactly, I think I have alot of independence of my hands but when I play a two octave scale in two hands my hands get twisted in the keys (kind-a hard to explain...)
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Two Octave Scales?

Post by quick on Wed Apr 15, 2009 8:21 pm

I'm wondering when you say two octave scales do you mean for example C MAJ: RH C4-C5 LH chords or both hands going C to C because I'm a lil confused on that.

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