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Hi everyone, I was looking over Saint Saens' "Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso", and I see small numbers above the note heads. Can I assume these are marking the fingering so I can shift in the right places?
Also, some have zeroes where an open string isn't possible, and zeroes with numbers above that. I can't seem to find any musical notation guide that references anything like this.
I'd really appreciate it if anyone could shed some light on this for me!
No problem, here's a snippet from the passage I'm talking about:
This is from the Bizet arrangement on IMSLP.
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