Hopefully, I'll find you again, MA. I can't be serious all
the time. Or can
I? No, I can't. And by "can't" I mean "will". Wait... what?
Now I'm acting like a fool. See what you started, Paul?
Curse my random sense of humor!
But seriously, I'm on vacation from my piano students for three whole weeks, the little brats. Kidding; I love them all! (I especially adore their soccer-moms and have an extra special fondness of their football coaches.)
But sure Monica, we'll put our hands together (along with Nathan of course) and see what comes of it.
But back on topic...
An impossible fingering can be encountered in Shubert's Impromptu in A-flat, in the first few bars of the left hand. The same half note is indicated to be held by the LH while being played as part of a triplet in the right. Just a trivial thing, really.
PS: Monica, I'm hacking my left hand off right now, where should I send it? The Navy Pier? Try and have it back to me by next month. You could
borrow my right hand too but I seem to be a bit handicapped at he moment.