I've been playing Piano for several decades, but with kids and so on over recent years, I've put in way too few hours practice. Now I'm getting back into it, and along the way trying to learn some new music. I've always liked this particular prelude but only in the last week or so obtained the sheet music. The question I have is around whether it is deemed 'incorrect' to play some of the left hand in the right hand. Although I started learning it as scored, I'm finding I can get much smoother results by somewhat cheating. Some examples - The tuples in measure one can be played entirely in the right hand. - The octave A-BFlat-D progression in measure 2 can be played with right and left together - The second tuple in measure three can play the top 4 notes entirely in the right hand Now I realize this can't be done everywhere, and I would hate to learn it incorrectly only to have someone point out that I'm taking the lazy approach. I've tried watching recordings of it, but I can't make out whether the "professionals" play exactly with the hands as scored. Any advise welcome. Thanks, John.