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 Fatigue ring finger (RH)
Author: saraho 
Date:   2019-06-11 19:02

I wondered if anyone has experienced fatigue ring finger on the right hand after playing lots of Fs?

Recently, I've been working on Ferling #44, which has lots of Fs. I often find my RH, especially ring finger, feeling a bit fatigue after playing this Ferling for like 5-10 min. I usually have at least 15 min "warm up" scales practice before Ferling and I've not experienced any fatigue in my RH during warm up. If I skip this Ferling and do some other pieces in F major (e.g. Mozart K370 Allegro), I don't feel any ring-finger fatigue. And if I do some fast passages in D minor (e.g. Marcello concerto in D minor, 3rd movement) with quite a bit of fork Fs and normal Fs, the fatigue seems to resurface.

I think the fatigue may be related to playing the two different Fs...

Any advice on this?

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