Finger Numbering for Keyboard

Author: Paul Schmeling

Lesson description

Learn how to use the proper fingering to play the piano with the chair of Berklee College of Music's piano department, faculty member Paul Schmeling. This lesson will show you how to map your fingers to notes on the piano and strike keys in the most effective manner.

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