Thanks, Ray; I'm at that volatile and awkward stage, full of "I never really thought of that" moments. As a first guess, I'm going to follow the piano tradition. A little thought infers that this is the most adaptable (I'm possibly wrong).Are you playing piano style bass left hand or acmp. style chords left hand?
For exercise material if you enjoy classical, Bela Bartok's "Music For Children" is public domain and free to download at this website.
Finally, there are extensive tutorials on method and technique as well as theory here on the forums...
I was asking so that you get some relevant responses.I'm going to follow the piano tradition.
I had my first serious fumble between C3 and C5 this evening, and I was surprised by how my left hand was less responsive than my right, specifically my middle and ring left-hand fingers.
I had my first serious fumble between C3 and C5 this evening,
An OU graduate) and almost entirely self-taught on the violin.
Has anyone any advice on the better etudes and exercises for an old, stoic, introvert wannabe keyboardist?
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