Beyer is becoming more and more difficult!!. Exercises n. 52-53-54 have introduced new obstacles, like the bass clef!!. Now, in this new compositions we have to study the bass clef for the left hand, even in a gradual way. Ine each ex. the same notes are proposed both for bass clef that treble clef. So, it would easier to understand the differences between the two ways of reading, and, as the study goes on, to get used to the bass clef that in the totality of piano sheets in linked to left hand.
Well, now let’s concentrate!
Ex. 55 uses the notes the 5 notes from C to G for the right hand , at the contrary, the left hand mutates its positions several times, in particular in the changes from the bass clef to treble clef and vice versa. You will have to move your left hand!!.
Ex.56. Right hand is positioned from G to D, the same for left hand. The important thing is the the repetition of the first 4 beats, in the following 4.The only thing that changes is the clef of referement of the left hand: from treble clef to bass clef. From the 8th beat on, you have to read the eights and perform them correctly. My suggestion is to play first the different clefs with separate hands in order to study deeply the movements and positions.
Finally, ex.57, right hand is positioned on C with the 1st and , apart from the 1st beat of the second line, where the 5th touches E instead of D. As you can notice in the first line, for the left hand is the same situation, everything is repeated in bass clef.
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