The virtuoso pianist and composer Antonio Ruiz Pipó was born in Tagged: Antonio Ruiz Pipo, classical, Drop D, guitar pro, midi, sheet music. I wonder if anyone could confirm or suggest the best (pima) fingering for the third measure of this piece? Specifically the G of the melody in the. Results for Estancias Ruiz-Pipo (not all results may be relevant). Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on See also. Estancias: guitar.

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Specifically the G of the melody in the third measure that skips between A and F. It seems a bit fast to use m throughout the whole melody line in measures ? Would a be a better choice? You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post.


When I first learned this piece I remember struggling with it as well. Yepes’ right hand fingerings do not seem intuitive, which leads to the conclusion that using an i-a combination would be pipoo and better.

I use the suggested i-m and it feels fine to fuiz but this could be the result of years of accumulated comfort with the fingering. Personally, I think i-a would perhaps work just as well.

I will say this, however: I do also believe that you can bring the melodic line out better with the m finger, as suggested, because you can bring a little more torque to bear on it naturally to my ears, the melodic line sounds a bit one-dimensional when I antnio the a finger. So, some food for thought. But, no matter what fingering you use–and this is the most important thing with this particular piece–it will take a lot of slow practice and a lot of patience to bring it up to speed.

In guitaar to your advice this also seems to be implied by the fingering notes on the music itself. I just need to work on speed and clarity!

Cancion Y Danza No 1 by Antonio Ruiz Pipo – Classclef

This is a difficult piece; just be very patient with in when trying to achieve speed and it will come in time.


I think that you will agree that you will be able to finesse and shape the melodic line a little bit more if you use the m finger. I pluck the “G” between the A and F with my A finger because I find it more natural, in a sense that “G” is so short followed by “F ” playing both with “M” is too much for me at tempo.

In other words I play exactly as annotated in the above example. On the side note, when I originally bought the score it guutar a photo copy of a hand written score. I mean, it was a legit facsimile with hard covers bought and the store and all but the score was handwritten.

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Anyone else seen or knows about that? The clincher was simply playing the melody line on its own and at tempo, with both options. I was keen to learn fingering that I could take up to speed.

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