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Tall Fingers

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Pianists are told from the get-go to curve their fingers - and that’s exactly how they’re supposed to play. But did you know that lifting your wrist (to make your fingers “taller”) can help with more precise and quick passagework? Keeping your wrist in a neutral position is great for navigating legato lines; but if you need that extra boost of speed and clarity, try raising it a bit; you’ll be surprised at the accuracy you get from it!

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