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Bernadette Peters - Broadway's Best
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#beginquote# My children have recently started taking Piano lessons and there seems to be some confusion as to what "G Major" means. In this specific case, my son is trying to play "London Bridge is Falling Down". The base clef shows a three key chord with what appears (to me anyway) to be a G-B-D where the "B" is just above the top line of the bass clef. My son (per his teacher so he says) seems to think that his hand position should be rather to the left of the middle of the keyboard, but he is not really sure. To my way of thinking, I would guess that the B and D part of the chord should straddle the "Middle C" key. My question is; what effect does the "G Major" have on hand position, if any, and where should his left hand be placed? Thanks, Shipo #endquote#
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