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Beethoven's 3rd, low second position
December 28, 2012 - 1:35 pm
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Tried to play along with Beethoven's third, 1st movement tonight. Being it's in E flat Major, I was having some success with my first finger up on G on the E string so I could hit the C and E flat from that position, jumping down to hit the B. Is that called a low second position? Is that the way it's played?
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