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Roland Dyens – Fuoco Page 2, sub. I was wondering if anyone has any suggestions on how to nail the “piano – sub.

Great piece, but I find this to be the hardest section to play cleanly. Should one just work on the D – C slur for a while and then gradually add notes? Any tips would be greatly appreciated. A video would help a lot.

Here are a few that come immediately to mind. If you use the 3rd and first finger for the slur, the left-hand might need to pronate a little rotate counter-clockwisewhich can cause unwanted damping of the surrounding strings.

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Try using the fourth finger instead of the third, and pull-off to the first. We traditionally teach descending slurs as a kind of left-hand rest stroke. In this case, the teaching fails if you want the 1st string to sustain through the harmony pedaled, for lack of a better term. The challenge is to lift the finger at a shallow angle so that the tone doesn’t suffer and the 1st string continues to ring through the following notes.

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I would need more information to help further, but unless the D -C slur itself is poor, I would keep practicing the entire 4-note figure.

If the slur itself is the problem, then perhaps a general slur study or, if you prefer to use the 1st -3rd finger slur, a slur scale would be better by the way, slur scales fail because they never work the 1st-4th finger slur, so maybe fuoci 1st-4th finger slur is new for dyfns.

All the best, Lare.

I think the biggest issue is the G right after the D -C slur and fuocoo playing it too soon. I think I just need to work the whole section slower, although it’s hard to do that since the dyenw is of course titled Fuoco! The tricky part can be the gradual crescendo that builds intensity till the next section on the top of page 3.

Yes, dysns that slur to really sound good with a little emphasis on that D to start the slur with index and pinky, guoco add the open g next. Good thing is that it is only 4 notes. Leave your index finger on the C without blocking the open strings, so that one finger is already there to play the next slur. I had trouble playing measure I had to practice that measure alot really slow and then busted out the metronome on it.


Fuoco is a great example of a song that needs to be metronomed all over anyway, but one could technically say that about every piece. How about the top of the next page, with the m i m i m strums listed on the top line?

Do all guitarists strictly do the listed fingerings there? It’s obviously not the easiest thing to do initially while still maintaining the flow of the piece.

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Richard, Thanks for the tips. Then, I’m left struggling with this ‘sub.

Hence, when tried to do a search for tip, and this 4 years old thread popped up. In conclusion, I should continue with my metronome to speed up.

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