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Postby Chocturne on Fri Nov 10, 2006 6:12 am

This is for anyone who wants to share/discuss/or ask question about Hanon excersises
Just wanted to know what Hanon excersises could really help with developing trills?? And flexibility??
So close and yet so far.........
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Postby Jeliness2 on Fri Nov 10, 2006 4:23 pm

well, an interesting I just discussed w/ my teacher-

Most ppl play these quickly using rotation. The right hand goes in a counter-clockwise rotation, and the left hand follows along. This is useful for the right hand, but the for the left, it is completely unnatural. The left should be going clockwise while the right goes counter-clockwise! It's much better... and it can be applied to any scale or arpeggio, because it helps support each set of digits (outer 5,4,3; middle 4,3,2; and inner 3,2,1). Hope this is somewhat in accord with anyone who reads it.
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Postby Brewtality on Mon Nov 20, 2006 10:48 am

I use Dohnanyi, which seems to be working. My trills have gotten much stronger. Btw you spelt exercises wrong (sorry I'm pedantic).

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Postby PJF on Tue Nov 21, 2006 1:48 am

i thinck Hanun excercisez arr verie usefull. Ekspecially wen duh fingurz neeed sumthing uther thean skaels. i agrree wif jellyness, its importunt too knot neglekt contrery moshun wen plaing Hanunn. Az fore thu tchrills, Hanunn iz veriy usseful.

Im sorey, Brootality, mie spelchek iz brokun.
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Postby Brewtality on Tue Nov 21, 2006 7:19 am

ton ortograf et encorre plu inkietante queue la siene.

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Postby PJF on Tue Nov 21, 2006 10:04 am

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Postby lol_nl on Sun Nov 26, 2006 11:01 am

well, an interesting I just discussed w/ my teacher-

Most ppl play these quickly using rotation. The right hand goes in a counter-clockwise rotation, and the left hand follows along. This is useful for the right hand, but the for the left, it is completely unnatural. The left should be going clockwise while the right goes counter-clockwise! It's much better... and it can be applied to any scale or arpeggio, because it helps support each set of digits (outer 5,4,3; middle 4,3,2; and inner 3,2,1). Hope this is somewhat in accord with anyone who reads it.



You are so right! I discovered this today. First I didn't play with rotations at all, and it went very bad. Now I play with counter-clockwise rotations for both hands and my right hand has improved a lot, but my left hand didn't improve at all. Playing with clockwise rotation for the left hand goes so much easier!
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