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Good job with Lessson 3, Chorus
See you again
Tip: Individual hand practice
Mute or remove one hand to practice each hand at a time.
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Choose song part:
Lesson 1: Right Hand / 50 Speed / Metronome / Zoom in.
Lesson 2: Left Hand / 50 Speed / Metronome / Zoom in.
Lesson 3: Both Hands / 50 Speed / Metronome / Zoom in.
Lesson 4: Both Hands / 75 Speed / Metronome / Zoom in.
"Dizzy Fingers" is perhaps the most technically challenging composition by Confrey. This fact did not stand in its way to become one of its most performed pieces together with "Kitten on the Keys".
I'm scared i'd get carpal tunnel o_o But it is easy because it's in patterns
4 years ago | Reply
really, it looks harder than it is...
7 years ago | Reply
:( Me gustarÃa tener un piano mÃ¡s grande.
8 years ago | Reply
To play this,Im afraid my fingers will have to go past the state of dizzyness. @_@
I could play this if i was an octopus, but, unfortunately i need an extra 6 hands.