Achieving left hand finger independance?



Asked by: Tina Smith

Can you develop finger independence?





To build finger independence, the classic exercise should be “modified” by applying the following rules: Apply each finger to the note corresponding to its fret, but only move one finger at a time and do not move any other fingers until that finger has been placed and the note has been played.

How can I make my fingers independent?

Then you switch having thumb and index together middle ring together pinky by itself and you go back and forth. As much as you can this exercise will rain force all the lateral muscles in your hand.

How can I improve my pinky finger independence?

Hold your fingers. And move pinky alone when you feel confident and comfortable with it release index finger. And move pinky trying to keep index. Still after that you can release middle.

How do I improve my finger independence piano?

The next thing you can do number two is to do one hand staccato and one hand legato so one hand is short and bouncy well the other hand is smooth.

Can you learn to move your ring finger independently?





Unfortunately for the ring and middle fingers, they have no independent flexors or extensors. Instead, they move only with the muscles common to all fingers. That’s why, for instance, when you try to stick out only your ring finger you feel a pull in your middle and pinky as well.

Why can’t I move my pinky on its own?

What is camptodactyly? Camptodactyly is a rare condition where a finger — or fingers — is fixed in a bent position at the middle joint, and cannot fully straighten. Affecting less than 1 percent of the population, camptodactyly is most often found in the pinky finger and can occur in one or both hands.

Which finger is connected to the brain?

The thumb represents the brain, the index finger represents the liver/gall bladder. The middle finger represents heart, the ring finger represents hormones and the little finger or pinky represents digestion.

Which finger is most useless?

The little finger is nearly impossible for most people to bend independently (without also bending the ring finger), due to the nerves for each digit being intertwined.

Why can’t you separate your ring fingers?

The thumb is separate, but in addition to this muscle, the pinky has a second muscle called Extensor Digiti Minimi and the pointer has a second muscle called Extensor Indicis. When you bend the middle fingers, you fix the tendons of the Extensor Digitorum and without a second muscle to assist, the ring finger is stuck.



How can I improve my left and right hand coordination?

Up & Down. Here’s an easy exercise to learn hand coordination on a keyboard. Put your hands in “ready position” and then rest both thumbs on middle C and your fingers on the four white keys either side of C. Play up the scale with the right hand, then down the scale with the left hand.

How can I increase dexterity in my hands?

To increase the dexterity of your fingers, place your hands on a flat surface with your palms facing down and lift and lower each finger sequentially, beginning with the index finger and then reversing the direction. Repeat several times a day and increase speed.

How do I improve my finger dexterity on piano?

The best way to improve your finger dexterity is by playing scales. This will also improve the evenness of your playing. Start by practicing slowly, one octave up, and one octave down. Then, practice going just a little faster every few days.



How long should you practice piano each day?

In general, spending 45 minutes to an hour every day is a sufficient amount of time to improve your piano skills. If you wish to practice for several hours every day, you may want to consider breaking these practice sessions into smaller portions spaced throughout the day.

Do pianists type faster?

This 2019 paper reports a typing speed of 120 words/minute for pianists, compared to 50 words/minute for non-pianists, for 3 reasons: piano-playing has an enhanced feedback loop, is an inherently analytical process, and uses all 10 fingers fairly equally.

Are pianists introverts?

Many pianists tend to be loners – the career almost demands it and self-reliance is something one learns early on, as a musician – but that does not necessarily make pianists lonely or unsociable.

Can piano be self taught?

Now to come to the question: Can you teach yourself piano? Of course, you can. The only problem is that most people will only do their own teaching ever so often, and never really develop or finish any piece of music unless they are highly motivated and disciplined!