Scarlatti Toccata K.141 – M. 65-70 and M. 1-7
0:00-7:54 M.65-70 : Fingering, In and out motions and when to connect and disconnect
- 0:00- 3:30 fingering and rotation
- 3:31-5:31 In and out motion
- 5:32-6:40 Shaping
- 6:41-7:54 Grouping
7:55-13:44 M.1-7 Repeated notes
- 7:55-9:06 Repeated notes in general
- 9:07-10:17 Staccato playing in repeated notes
- 10:18-10:47 Rotation
- 10:48-12:42 In and out motion & Forearm shift with rotation & Shaping
- 12:43-end How much one has to come up
Playing quick repeated notes efficiently in Scarlatti’s Sonata in D minor
Edna demonstrates playing repeated notes with rotation and moving to other keys with single rotation. She also discusses how to play the broken chords in the LH in synchrony with the RH.
Moving In and Out to play repeated notes in Scarlatti’s D minor Sonata
Moving in and out correctly allows one to play repeated notes with a greater ease. Edna demonstrates this along with using single and double rotations in Scarlatti’s D minor Sonata.