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How to play a repetitive note
by: Ido from www.piano-play-it.com


Thank you very much for your compliments.

Playing repetitive notes is a little bit tricky because we have to "wait" until the pressed key returns up again.
The secret is to lift your finger up enough to play the same key again, but not too much otherwise you will "waste" time.

If the repetitive notes should be played quickly, the best technique is to play them with different fingers.
If you have, for example, four C notes that should be played in a row, one of the ways to do this is playing the first C with the fourth finger, the second C with the third finger and so on....

It may be confusing at the beginning, so when you practice this you should begin slowly, and increase tempo gradually. Don't forget to keep your wrist relaxed while changing the fingers.

I hope that I have helped you,
Don't hesitate to ask us further questions,
Ido from www-piano-play-it.com

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