Monday, October 6th, 2014 6:35am

Chase for piano and celesta 

This may be one of the most wickedly difficult of Davy’s etudes. Chaseis for piano (left hand) and celesta (right hand) set up perpendicular to each other. When hands play in unison it’s not so difficult, but as they spin off, and move back and forward from one keyboard to another, it gets gnarly. This video is taken with me wearing a GoPro on my head, so you can see a birds-eye perspective. You might want to take a Dramamine about 3/4 of the way through. Just saying.

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