Sonatine


Walkthrough - 1st Movement (3)

Bars 29 - 33

The octave Es (lower stave) are usually played by the LH (passing underneath the RH) but may be played using both hands (LH takes the lower note, RH the upper). The section from bar 31-34 is somewhat awkward; if playing according to the score layout, play the RH at the back of the black keys (close to the fallboard) and with a somewhat higher-than-usual wrist to maximise space for the LH. I offer the following hand redistribution as an alternative: Bars 34 - 35 There is...

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