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3 handed technic.

Discussion in 'Technique' started by rachmaninoff, Oct 25, 2006.

  1. rachmaninoff

    rachmaninoff New Member Piano Society Artist

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    well,

    I had some recordings today. I played my own transcription of gladiator with the 3 handed techic. Can you tell me What to do to get better?
     
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    no suggestions?
     
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    it's nice

    Hey, that sounds great... I wish I could play like that.

    What exactly is 3-hand technique? I've never heard of it. Are you playing the accompaniment melody only with your left hand?
     
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    you play with appergio's. The 3 handed technic can be done in much way I believe this is the easiest way. It has the same technic like un sospiro of liszt.

    You play appergio's. you start with left hand and the right hand wil take it over after you have playd the appergio with left. The left hand has 1/2 seconds rest so you can play the melody above the appergio of the right hand. When the right hands goes down the left hand will take it over and the right hand will play the melody and so on and so on
     

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