I'm sure, barring strength, Chopin's finger control would have been superb.
How do you explain this quote of Chopin's written from Scotland? - 'All I have left is a big nose and an underdeveloped fourth finger'.
I've met her, so she is real. Never heard her play though. Maybe Bass can let us know when she's next performing? I'd sincerely love to see and...
That seems fair enough. According to Mikuli 'evenness of scales (arpeggios)...above all on a constant sideways movement of the hands...continuous...
Chopin is saying don't worry about that, just get the movements smooth.
I think it's a memory thing - go slower but also realize for the body the notes are in a very different place three octaves up.
Chopin wasn't concerned if they were not legato - it's the timing that matters.
You are playing two different instruments - would you use the same technique for tennis as badminton?
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