Geoff Wooff Posted December 16, 2012 Share Posted December 16, 2012 (edited) To me the R/Hand looks to fit the standard 56 keyboard, as printed by Wheatstones, plus a downward extension to D above middle C... the L/hand also matches the standard 56 ... am I missing something ? The sideways moved Eb's could be usefull if the intended fingering was to move the finger to the left of the D playing finger (left when hand is viewed from the top) down and not to have to tuck a finger under the D finger to reach the Eb because one often has to play Eb before of after D. What'd yooose all think ? So, was 'squiggly rows' a fashion in the early years of the 20th century ? Edited December 16, 2012 by Geoff Wooff Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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