Developing the Right Hand (RH)

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Paul Nicholas
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Re: Developing the Right Hand (RH)

Post by Paul Nicholas » Mon Dec 19, 2016 10:54 pm

Thanks for the advice! I completely understand the awareness aspect. I know what my RH is supposed to be doing, just making it do it consistently is the issue! LOL! Looked like an interesting thread on Sor's Opus 60 No. 1... many of the explanations and videos were very helpful!!

I think the collective wisdom is that I need to simply slow down, get in touch with my inner patience, and remember, Slow is smooth...Smooth is fast! Go super slowly and focus on every move slowly until it is smooth and engrained...then the speed will come.


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