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Using Alternative Fingerings

We have provided a simple tune which you can play with our without the recommended alternative fingerings discussed in exercise 10.

Playing alternatives in slow pieces is a good way of listening to the tonal matching as you move from note to note in the music. The end result should sound equally convicing whether you use the alternative fingerings or, as a contrast, the standard recommended fingerings.