Left Hand Piano Finger Exercise C, D, E, F and G
Left Hand Piano Finger Exercise C, D, E, F and G on Piano in the Bass C position is easy to learn. It is great for finger piano strength.
Play this fun and easy finger exercise at least five times daily your first month for maximum results.
If you need a quick review on basic music note values take the time right now to refresh.
Even if you are away from your piano or keyboard you can still benefit by using your desktop or table top to practice. Simply play the exercise moving each finger as indicated on the sheet music (click on the link below the video tutorial to access the free sheet music).
Simply look at the music and say the letter name each time you play a different note. This will reinforce the sequence of letter names C, D, E, F and G both moving forward and moving backward.
Piano Finger Exercise
This piano finger exercise is a composition designed primarily for the purpose of exercising all one’s fingers. A typical example of a more intermediate level piano finger exercise would be those written by Hanon.
However, as a beginner piano student please take advantage of the piano video tutorial and free sheet music below to begin your piano technique development.
All that is needed to truly exercise one’s fingers is a repeated daily exercise which is simple and easy to play such as the one below. Be sure that REPETITION rules for you as you begin as you are developing a new pathway in the brain for this combined hand and eye coordination skill set.
The same repetitive rule will hold true for learning any new piano skill set such as a finger exercise, scale or easy piano arrangement.
After you have mastered this exercise proceed to these next piano exercises to continue your progress: